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Kate Adie, the author and broadcaster, well known for her long service as the BBC's Chief News Correspondent, will be in conversation with Falmouth University’s Head of Journalism Andy Chatfield. Kate Adie presents From Our Own Correspondent on BBC Radio 4 and is the author of several bestselling books. She became a familiar figure through her work as BBC Chief News Correspondent. She is considered to be among the most reliable reporters, as well as one of the first British women, sending dispatches from danger zones around the world.More information Check times : Book
A chance to hear some unusual and quirky stories associated with the First World War and Cornwall from the 100 Faces 100 Stories collaborative project by Cornwall's archives and museums. History researcher, writer and teacher Joanna Mattingly will explore different types of involvement. She will focus particularly on stories and faces from or connected to the Falmouth area.More information Check times : Book
It is easy to forget that WW1 took place across the World. Far away from the Western Front, armies battled in the ‘War to end all Wars’. This is one of those stories from a forgotten front. Based on his upcoming book ‘Retrospect’, Henry recounts the previously untold story of ones man’s time during the War. This talk will take you from Aldershot to Egypt via Gallipoli, onwards across the Sinai Desert to Jerusalem and then finally to the ancient City of Damascus.More information Check times : Book
How can television possibly convey the nightmare that was the First World War for its fighting troops? TV programme maker David Parker will be talking about and screening two programmes made for local television that tried to achieve just this.More information Check times : Book
Is there a finer sight than the grace and power of a huge steam locomotive on the move? The award-winning television programme maker, David Parker, spent 12 months filming the rebuilding of perhaps the most famous of them all, Flying Scotsman. In this illustrated talk David will show clips from programmes he has made about both Flying Scotsman and steam railways in Britain.More information Check times : Book