Previous online talks

During the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic a series of virtual talks was held via Zoom

❑ Recordings of many of the talks listed below are available to members who email cedu3a@protonmail.com. Please include your membership number in your request. A file will be send for download via the file-sharing service WeTransfer
 
❑ This file should be downloaded within seven days of receipt, after which it will not be accessible. Your timely action will save you sending another request and our CEDu3a volunteer of having to go through the rigmarole of sending you a replacement link

Mike Black : The seedy side of life

Ian Christie : Decadent London was where cinema was born : an online guided tour of the sites

Sandra Clark : Women and crime in early modern England

Martyn Crucefix : Exploring the refugee experience through poetry

Stella Dadzie : A Kick in the belly: women, slavery and resistance

Sheila Hayman : Senseless: is the artificial intelligent?

Fool’s Gold : Dark Light

Gordon Hutchinson : History of Alexandra Palace

Gaye Illsley : Lasting Power of Attorney

Jo Livingston : Living history : there’s a lot of it about

Bernard Lockett : The Heritage of Gilbert and Sullivan

Tess Lugo : From evil wind to modern Qi: A brief history of Chinese medicine

Michael Lumb : Understanding performance art

Huren Marsh : Reginald Uren’s remarkable journey

Vaughan Melzer : Fifty years of Chettle Court

Andrew-John Paterson : Organising your life

John Pearson : Blessed are the cheesemakers

Jack Price : The Future of brain repair: the prospects for successful stem cell therapy

Will Rathouse : The Archaeology of the Thames foreshore

Liz Sich : La zona grigia – complicity and compliance amongst rural women, 1943-1944

Janet Sutherland : Future housing

Peter Webb : Erotic art

Peter Webb : David Hockney as I have known him

Peter Webb : Hockney’s stage set designs

Peter Webb : My day With Dali

Peter Webb : Vincent van Gogh

Luisa Welch : The History of wine

Martin Wilkinson : How economic inequality damages minds, bodies and societies

Martin Wilkinson : Inequality : its effects on mental health and climate change, and what we can do about it

❑ Talks given to the the 1960s and 70s Group

David Hepworth : Overpaid, oversexed and over there

Sarah Shaw : Secret diary of a 1970s secretary

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