THE STARRY WORLD IN THE MUSIC OF BEETHOVEN: ‘Waldstein’ Sonata & Op.78 in F# major. Hugh Petter, Visiting Lecturer-Pianist (Cunard, P&O Lines)
FROM BLINDHEIM TO BLENHEIM: a House Fit for a Hero. Christine Gadsby, Blenheim Palace Guide, Anglo-Austrian Co-ordinator for Oxford.
Preceded at 6.45pm by our Annual General Meeting
TRANSFIGURED NIGHT: Scenes in Art with Moon and Stars. Dr. Jon Whiteley, Hon. Curator, Department of Western Art (Ashmolean)
ADVENT PARTY 2.30pm The Church Room, Radley OX14 3JE. Carols, Stories, Poems, Bring-and-Share
MEISSEN PORCELAIN: A Mystery of the East, Alchemical White Gold and The Story of a Breakthrough. Dr. Matthew Winterbottom (Ashmolean)
BLAKE, SHELLEY AND REVOLUTIONARY SCIENCE: The Shaking of the Stars. Dr. Andrew Welburn, former lecturer, New College, Oxford.
GRASSES: Their Meaning in our Lives, in History and Mythology. Professor Hansjörg Küster, University of Hanover.
THE MAPPING OF GERMAN IDENTITY: the Issue of Sudetenland. Emeritus Regius Professor Robert Evans, Department of History, University of Oxford.
BRIDGES AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE: Joining Places, People and Minds. Rolf Speckner, Hamburg – to include Bridges of Dresden-Venice-Hamburg-Basel
CURRENT AFFAIRS: Life in Germany Today. Werner Sabiers, Press Correspondent, German Embassy, London.
STARRY FORMS IN THE COSMOS AND IN PLANTS: Are they Related?
Alexander Murrell, Head of Science, Wynstones School, Gloucester
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