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DateLecture
25 March 2020Royal Society
17 March 2020THE STATE OF BRITISH CRAFTS
18 February 2020PRAGUE - 'THE CITY OF THE WINTER QUEEN'
21 January 2020THE QUEEN OF INSTRUMENTS: THE LUTE WITHIN OLD MASTER PAINTINGS
03 December 2019CHRISTMAS WITH GILES, GRANDMA AND THE FAMILY
19 November 2019NOT SO GENTLE? WAR AND CONFLICT IN THE ART OF HENRY MOORE
15 October 2019A PASSION FOR FASHION
17 September 2019THE SILVER THREAD: SILVER FILIGREE AND TRADITIONAL ARTS IN KOSOVO
16 July 2019SECRET ART IN THE PASSPORT
18 June 2019THE ART AND CULTURE OF FIN DE SIECLE VIENNA
21 May 2019THE BAUHAUS
16 April 2019THE ROLE OF THE ARTS IN BREAKING THE CYCLE OF CRIME, PRISON AND RE-OFFENDING
19 March 2019BASINGSTOKE AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO WORLD CULTURE
19 February 2019THE SPLENDOURS OF THE CITY CHURCHES
15 January 2019THE BAYEUX TAPESTRY: THE WORLD'S OLDEST COMIC STRIP
04 December 2018GRANDFATHER FROST AND THE OLD NEW YEAR: CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS IN RUSSIA
20 November 2018MAGNIFICENT MOSAICS: WINDOWS INTO THE COLOURFUL ROMAN WORLD
16 October 2018RESTORATION AND AFTER: BOOBS, BOMBAST AND GIN
18 September 2018INSPIRED BY STONEHENGE
17 July 2018LEONARDO DA VINCI: ANATOMICAL FORM WITH FUNCTION
19 June 2018LEGACIES OF COLONIALISM
15 May 2018FABER & FABER - DESIGNS AND HISTORY
17 April 2018UNDRESSING ANTIQUES
20 March 2018CAMILLE PISSARRO & HIS WORLD
20 February 2018LUCIAN FREUD & DAVID HOCKNEY
16 January 2018SALISBURY CATHEDRAL
04 December 2017The Christmas Story Through Paintings at the National Gallery.
21 November 2017Thomas Heatherwick: "The Leonardo da Vinci of Our Times" (Sir Terence Conran)
17 October 2017BERNARD LEACH
19 September 2017Corridors of Time: Early Travellers Through Provence and Burgundy From the Romans to the Literary Figures of the 20th Century.
18 July 2017The History of the Harp - From Mediterranean Antiquity to 20th Century Europe
20 June 2017 A Little Paradise: Laos, From Historic Buddhist Temples to Modern Silk Weaving.
16 May 2017 The Frome Hoard - The Largest Pot of Roman Coins Ever Found in Britain.
18 April 2017Who Says? Can We Trust the Experts on Good and Bad in Art?
21 March 2017 War And Peace 1780-2013: Patriotism and Protest
21 February 2017Inn Signia - Pub Signs, the Artwork and Stories Behind Their Names.
17 January 2017Medieval Wall Paintings in English Cathedrals & Churches.
05 December 2016 We Three Kings: Music, Art, Legends & Poetry Inspired by the Magi
15 November 2016Bernard Leach and His Influence on 20th & 21st Century Studio Ceramics.
15 November 2016Hadrian's Wall & The Roman Empire Frontier in Britain
18 October 2016 An Ideal Partnership: Lutyens and Jekyll
20 September 2016 The Glasgow Boys: Paintings in Scotland 1875-1914
19 July 2016 Villas for the Agricultural and Cultural Elite: Palladio's designs for farmhouses and rural retreats in the Veneto
21 June 2016 Degenerate Art and the Nazi Aesthetic Ideal
17 May 2016The Ship Burial at Sutton Hoo
19 April 2016Facing up to Goya: Portraits by Goya
15 March 2016The Fascinating World of Playing Cards
16 February 2016The Art of Seduction
19 January 2016Sicilian Splendours: From Greece to the Normans
07 December 2015Now you See it, Now you Don't: the Art of Visual Deception
17 November 2015Europe's Best Kept Secret: The Painted Monasteries of Bulgaria
20 October 2015Wedgewood, Catherine the Great and the Frog Service
15 September 2015Temples, Tombs and Treasures: In search of the Queen of Sheba

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