Tea and Talks are open to anyone who would like to come. Experts speak on a wide range of topics of local, national and international interest on (usually) the first Wednesday of the month from October to April. Each session is booked from 1.30-3.30 p.m. with the talk from 1.45-2.45 p.m., followed by tea, cake and conversation. Price £1 on the door. Admission is first come first served, so please come in good time to be sure of a place.
Issues for Museums in the 21st Century: Laura Van Broekhoven, Director, Pitt Rivers Museum
The Secrets of Victorian Sacred Space: William Whyte, author of Unlocking the Church
The Dreyfus Affair: Ruth Harris, author of Dreyfus: Politics, Emotion, and the Scandal of the Century
The Future of Capitalism: Paul Collier, author of The Future of Capitalism: Facing The New Anxieties
Gene Therapy: a brave new world? Deborah Gill, Professor of Gene Medicine
The Iconography of Landscape Gardens: John Harrison, expert on Stourhead
Being a Children’s Book Illustrator: Korky Paul, illustrator of The Fish Who Could Wish and Winnie the Witch