Lecture Résumés 2014-2015

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Résumés from the 2012-2013 season can be seen here.
Résumés from the 2013-2014 season can be seen here.
Résumés from the 2015-2016 season can be seen here.
Résumés from the 2016-2017 season can be seen here.
Résumés from the 2017-2018 season can be seen here.

 
Click on the thumbnails for a larger imageKLSAS Logo smallFriday 27th March 2015
DECIPHERING BLETCHLEY PARK
Rob Johnstone
Retired Professional Engineer and former Bletchley Park Guide

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Wednesday 11th March 2015
MATSUO BASHO (1644-94) THE GENIUS OF HAIKU — AN INTRODUCTION AND APPRECIATION
Professor Brian Falconbridge, PPRBS

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Wednesday 20th February 2015
R.F.LANGLEY: POET OF SUFFOLK
Dr Jeremy Noel-Tod
Lecturer in Literature and Creative Writing, UEA

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Wednesday 28th January 2015
BOYD NEEL… A NEGLECTED MEDICAL AND MUSICAL POLYMATH
Dr David Green, MB FRCA MBA
Consultant Anaesthetist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, King’s College Hospital, London

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Friday 9th January 2015
ART AND SCIENCE: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY BOTANIC GARDEN CONSIDERED
Professor John Parker, D.Phil
CUBG Director 1996-2010 and Curator of its Herbarium 1999-2010

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Wednesday 14th December 2014
THE WAITES OF KING’S LYNN — WITH MUSICAL ILLUSTRATION ON EARLY INSTRUMENTS
Chris Gutteridge, Chief Waite

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Friday 28th November 2014
PORTABLE ANTIQUITIES
Dr Michael Lewis, FSA MIfA
Deputy Head, Dept. of Portable Antiquities and Treasures, British Museum

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Friday 24th October 2014
HALLEY VI RESEARCH STATION, ANTARCTICA
Ray Thirkettle, BSc(Hons)
BAS Project Electrical Support Technician 2012-2013 season

Link to Gareth Calway’s blog & EDP article on Ray Thirkettle.

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Friday 24th October 2014
CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING — MUCH SUCCESS AND SOME FAILURES
Frank Weare, MSc DIC DMS CEng FIStuctE MICE MIM MIHT
Chartered Civil and Structural Engineer
In Frank Weare’s lecture we were enthralled by scores of examples and expert commentary on structural engineering triumphs, puzzles and disasters.

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