Thursday 20th June
Tony Juniper at Bristol Festival of Ideas
Sunday 23 June
Andrew Martin on Travel Around London at Kings Place
Sunday 23 June
Simon Garfield at Proms at St Jude’s
Sunday 23rd June
Simon Garfield & Chris Schüler: Mapping the World
Monday 24 June
Not a Day for Soundbites: The Craft of the Political Speech
30th June 2013
Polly Morland at Chalke Valley History Festival 2013
2nd July 2013
The Burning Question seminar at UCL
Tuesday 2nd July
David Hendy at Bristol Festival of Ideas
Thursday 4th July
Victoria Glendinning at Beaminster Festival
7th July 2013
Jonathan Dimbleby at Ways With Words Festival
11th July 2013
David Hendy on NOISE at Ways With Words Festival
12th July 2013
Victoria Glendinning at Ways With Words Festival
13th July 2013
Chris Mullin at Buxton Festival
14th July 2013
Tony Juniper at Ways With Words Festival
16th July 2013
Victoria Glendinning at Buxton Festival
20th July 2013
Simon Jenkins at Buxton Festival
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