During the pandemic all lectures are online. You will need to register before the event and details will be given in the monthly newsletter immediately prior to the lecture date.
All lectures will take place in the Apex. If, for any reason the Apex is not available on any of the dates given below, the date will be changed. As the Apex organisers are normally able to give us fair warning, you will be informed of any changes by newsletter and the Chairman will make an announcement at lectures beforehand.
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Details how to register for this lecture will be given in the March newsletter. A light-hearted, different and enlightening view of the British Raj seen through the eyes of intrepid Parsi women who lived and flourished in it. This talk is based on Rukshana Masters' great-great grandmother’s autobiography and includes a brief history of the Parsis, along with many little known facts from the Raj, making it an informative and educational, though amusing, talk. Talk length - 40 minutes.Find out more »
NB This event starts at 9.30am not the usual time of 10.00am Details for how to register for this lecture are in the April Newsletter Jim Whelan is showcasing and talking about some of the most iconic programmes in the history of TV. The problem is, in many cases, his performance was cut, hence the title. However, in this internet age, many of the pieces have been recovered and are shown here for the first time ever. Home Fires, The…Find out more »