Richelieu: The Cardinal and his ‘City’ Monday 21 October
WHODUNNIT? 200 Years of MurderSaturday 23 November
Richard Vobes has been trying to break into television all his life. He has had some strange adventures along the way, a journey of laughs and tears. This is the story of Richard’s great adventure of podcasting from a cramped beach hut in Worthing, to his listeners supporting his travels in America.
Talks Programme Autumn 2019
Meetings are held at the Community Centre, Romany Road, Durrington BN13 3FJ.
Meetings start at 2.30 pm.
Entry at the door: Members £2.00 Visitors £4.00
Brian Freeland lived in the Touraine village which was the home to Cardinal Richelieu, who went from priest to First Minister to King Louis XIV.
The talk will be on his memories of the village and the story of the Cardinal.
Doug Eaton has established himself as an entertaining speaker for groups and on cruise ships. He will be talking to us on the British obsession with crime and detective novels – from Edgar Allen Poe to Dickens, Conan Doyle, PD James and Ruth Rendell.
The Crown Jewels Monday 20 January
Pat Kingshott, who worked at the Tower of London for ten years, will talk about the magnificent collection of the Crown Jewels in her illustrated talk