WINTER TALKS PROGRAMME 2021–2022
All talks will begin at 7.30pm.
We very much regret that the continued uncertainty of the Covid situation means we have decided to continue to deliver this series via Zoom in January, February and March. The links for access to these meetings will be published in due course.
Date & Joining Details
The Lost Songs of St Kilda
From St Kilda to an Edinburgh care home and back again
Come and hear how these songs were saved from oblivion
Face to Face: stories from the asylum
Understanding mental ill-health and its social context in the 1890s
(Professor Emeritus of History, University of St Andrews)
A singer's life
Some insights into the life of a professional opera singer
(International opera singer)
The Fresh Air of the Summer Morning
The story of long-time Grange resident, the Edinburgh herbalist Duncan Napier
(Retired Head Teacher of Currie Community High School, & local historian)
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(University of Edinburgh
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Planting wildflower meadows for urban pollinators
Why urban pollinators matter, and how to design native wildflower seed mixes that best support them.
(University of Edinburgh)
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