Most Recent Lunchtime Lectures:

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Gary Rycroft on How to Disinherit your Children...

In his interesting lecture, Gary Rycroft, a solicitor with Joseph A. Jones & Co. Solicitors takes us through a number of considerations when determining our financial legacy after death. We are introduced to aspects of the law which come into play when executing a will, how we might go about including others or, alternatively, excluding them.






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Lyn Summers on Nuclear Power and Safety...

Lyn, a retired Principal Inspector at the Health and Safety Executive's, Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (now an agency renamed the Office of Nuclear Regulation) came to explain the basics of nuclear power technology, what is meant by 'safety' and how the criteria for safety have been developed in the UK and world-wide. We then followed that with a Research & Discussion Forum where we shared our concerns and our hopes for the future.









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Lara Warmelink on Deception...

Dr Lara Warmelink's knowledge focuses on detecting lies. Her particular area of expertise is that of intentions. In this lecture, Lara looks at the types of lie we encounter, and how they are executed in social contexts.







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Anne Wichman on Prosody...

Prosody, or "tone of voice", is a complex combination of pitch, loudness, speed and timbre, which serves to reinforce, or even completely change, the meaning of the words we speak. In this lecture, Professor Anne Wichman of the University of Central Lancashire discusses language, intonation and its consequences.







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Gill Baynes on Forensic Radiology 1 & 2...

Professor Gill Baynes presents two fascinating lectures on the subject of Forensic Radiology.










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Debbie Parkinson on Getting Active...

Debbie Parkinson from Innovation Agency presents her Lunchtime Lecture looking at what maintaining activity can do for us.









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Kamilla Elliott on A Tale of Two Cities...
Dr Kamilla Elliott looks at Dickens' work, A Tale of Two Cities, with particular focus on the Victorian view on identity.








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Brian Hodgson on Rococo, Hogarth and Chippendale...
Dr Brian Hodgson returns to talk to the group about the Rococo style, and in particular the furniture produced by the world famous manufacturers, Chippendale.










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John Gilchrist on Einstein's General Theory of Relativity...

In this lecture, John looks at Einstein's theory 101 years on.








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Thomas Mills on Trump, Brexit and the Special Relationship...

In this lecture Dr Thomas Mills explores the situation between the UK and the USA after the political developments of 2016








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Garuth Chalfont on Non-Drug Treatments for Dementia...

Dr Garuth Chalfont visited us to talk about alternative approaches for the treatment of dementia.








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James Dickinson on Magistracy and Sentencing...

In this session, our last on this subject, James explores the role of the Magistrate in sentencing.








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James Dickinson on Introduction to Magistracy...

In this session, our second on the subject and first lecture of the new term, James sets the scene with a comprehensive introduction to Magistracy.









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Christine Milligan on Older Men's Experiences of Spousal Care Giving...
In this lecture, Director of the Centre for Ageing Research (our home in Lancaster University), and good friend and supporter to the CLG, Professor Christine Milligan explores an often overlooked area of research, that of older men's experiences of spousal care giving.









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James Dickinson on The History of Magistracy...

This lecture marks the beginning of a series of session which will take place next academic year on the subject of Magistracy and how it works in practice. In this session, James sets the scene with a comprehensive history of Magistracy.










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Lucia Marquart on Beyond the Castle...

In this lecture, Lucia discusses the recent archaeological exploratory digs which have taken place in the grounds of Lancaster Castle/Priory. She also looks at how the 'Beyond the Castle' project is working towards further digs and a bright future for the Castle, and in turn, Lancaster as a whole.









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Abigail Edmunds on The Water Babies...

In this lecture, PhD student Abigail Edmunds revisits Charles Kingsley’s The Water Babies alongside a consideration of modern and Neo Victorian equivalents.









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Janet Ross and Esther Nimmo on Advanced Decision Making...

In this workshop event, Janet and Esther discuss how people can let their doctors and loved ones know their wishes regarding preferred treatment and care in later life and how to make a legally binding, valid and applicable document at no cost.









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Gail Capstick on DIY Funerals...

In this lecture, Gail questions some of the funeral practices common in this country and explores how people can, if they wish, arrange things differently either for their own funeral or that of others, without incurring such financial cost to themselves or to the environment.









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Stephen Wildman on Ruskin's Life in Pictures...

Director of the Ruskin Library and Research Centre, Professor Stephen Wildman outlines the main events and concerns in Ruskin’s life, with particular emphasis on his connections with artists such as Turner and the Pre-Raphaelites.

For more information on the works of John Ruskin at Lancaster University, please visit the main website.

http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/users/ruskinlib/










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Vittorio Tantucci on the Chinese Philosophy of Time...

Many (yet not all) aspects of Vittorio's research are centred on Mandarin Chinese and other Sinitic languages addressed from a typological or intercultural-pragmatic point of view. In this lecture, Vittorio explored the different understanding of time as expressed in grammatical form between the two cultures.









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Sarah Zhang on the Cultural Background of the Chinese Language...

Professor Sarah Zhang, Chinese Director of Confucius Institute at Lancaster University and Professor of South China University of Technology.
visited us to discuss the cultural background of the Chinese language with a focus on the development of Chinese writing.










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Richard Trivett on The Lancaster Canal...

Richard Trevitt is a member of the Lancaster Canal Trust. He has had a lifelong fascination for canals, with many boating holidays. An interest in canal industrial archaeology and a career in maritime civil engineering led to an involvement with the local canal, its preservation and restoration.

The lecture covers various aspects of the development of the canal, its commercial history, the decline of its northern reaches and the move towards its restoration.









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Alan Beattie on Survivor Poetry...

Professor Alan Beattie introduces us to Survivor's Poetry - poems written about their own experience by people who have undergone psychiatric treatment.










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David Waines On The Travels Of Ibn Battuta...

In this lecture, David Waines looks at the life and work of Ibn Battuta who was, without doubt, one of the world's truly great travellers.

If you would like to know more about this remarkable historic figure and his fascinating travels, there are a number of excellent books available on the subject, including David Waines’ own book, ‘The Odyssey of Ibn Battuta: Uncommon Tales of a Medieval Adventurer’ available from all good bookshops and Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle versions.











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Jenny Brine and Lynne Pickles on The Lancaster University Library Refurbishment...

Jenny and Lynne pop by to tell us all about the extensive refurbishment of our library, bringing it firmly into the 21st century.










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Garrath Williams on The Politics of Obesity...

Dr Garrrath Williams discusses obesity, with particular focus on the political framework which currently exists around it.










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Annie Nissen on The Cinematic Return of the Stage...

The recent cinematic turn to the stage through the National Theatre Live initiative appears to have made a return to the beginnings of film, which at that point was often seen as a form of filmed theatre. In this lecture Annie discusses the connection of stage and screen at the beginning of the 20th and 21st centuries with the help of two hybrid film-theatre adaptations of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.










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Simon Bainbridge on Wordsworth, War and Waterloo...

Drawing on materials included in the Wordsworth Trust’s exhibition ‘Wordsworth, War and Waterloo’, Simon marks the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo by considering Wordsworth’s complex response to the British victory. He shows that while best known as a nature poet, Wordsworth can also be understood as a war poet whose career and greatest works were shaped by the age of conflict in which he lived.










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Ali Hanbury & Cron Cronshaw on Trans- Identified Young People’s Experiences...

In this talk, Ali and Cron introduced the group to a number of issues which affect trans-identified young people.
These ranged from aspects of the social, through the biological and touched on the political.

Below are a selection of videos which explore the subject through the lives and experiences of real people.

Note: To see each film in full screen mode, just click the full screen button at the bottom right of each video panel.













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Dawn Stobbart on Videogames and Narrative...

In this fascinating lecture, Dawn touches on aspects of her topic such as adaptation and narrative structure.










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Three Speakers from the National Grid...

Amy, Deborah and Gordon of the National Grid discuss The North-West Coast Connections Project'. They explore the project's background, the technologies involved, the development programme, engagement with communities and stakeholders and the next steps of this considerable undertaking.









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Susanna Bleakley on Morecambe Bay Partnership...

Susanna Bleakley of Morecambe Bay Partnership speaks about the work she does in our region. She explains some of the challenges in working with an area which spans two different counties. She tells us all about the new Bay Cycle Way, which is already attracting visitors from afar and encourages us all to think what this beautiful bay means to us.









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Steve Andrews on The Walney Extension Wind Turbine Project...

Construction Project Manager with Dong Energy, Stephen Andrew, visited us to discuss the Walney Extension Wind Turbine Project which, in conjunction with Walney 1 and 2, will be the largest offshore wind farm in the world. Below are two short films produced to inform the public about the process of offshore wind farm construction. If you explore youtube.com, you will find lots of further information on this fascinating and topical subject.








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Fiona Frank on The Reluctant Environmentalist...

Dr Fiona Frank, founder of the senior education programme at Lancaster University, talks about how her Judaism, and her move into a sustainable community, has impacted positively on her life.









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Patrick Bishop on Public Services...

Dr Patrick Bishop discusses the economic models of Keynes and Hayek and explores the influence they have had on contemporary society.









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Gill Baynes on Medical Research...

Following on from her earlier lecture on Medical Ethics, Professor Gill Baynes discusses the tenets and application of the concept of Evidence Based Medicine. She addresses the complex logistics of researching in the NHS before moving onto some of the basic principles of research such as randomisation and "blinding".









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Ella Good and Nicki Kent on A Decade With Mars...

Bristol based artists, Ella and Nicki discuss their exciting new project focusing on the 'one way trip to Mars' applicants.
We recommend browsing their website for a full introduction to this ten year arts project which aims to engage with varied and diverse communities.
http://www.ellaandnicki.com/









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Gill Baynes on Medical Ethics...

Professor Gill Baynes sets out the scope of this lecture touching on ethical matters in areas as wide and varied as risk versus benefits, ethical principles, duty of care, medical delegation and consent. Gill sites these inside a four part framework of respect for autonomy, beneficience, non-malificence and justice.









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Mary Searle-Chatterjee on the Origins of Muslim Civilizations...

Dr Mary Searle-Chatterjee's talk introduces the (disputed) origins of the Islamic traditions that have influenced the vast family of civilizations which have emerged among Muslim people. Interpretations of Islamic traditions vary hugely from China and Indonesia to Morocco and France. Traditions are, in any case, only one factor, among many, that shape the lives of Muslims today.









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Claire Hardaker on Forensic Linguistics...

In her lecture 'Investigating Tweeting Terrorists with Forensic Linguistics', Dr Claire Hardaker of the Department of Linguistics & English Language at Lancaster University introduces Forensic Linguistics, a field that looks at the intersection between language and the law. Claire then looks at two cases of ‘Twitter Terrorism’ and considers how forensic linguistics can help.









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Sam Riches on Exploring the Bestiary...

Dr Sam Riches introduces us to two excellent bestiary websites which gather together a wide range of representations of beasts, both real and imagined, along with their characteristics. Sam explains how these ideas came about and how closely linked with Christian allegory the bestiary was. Indeed, She shows us how the bestiary was a mode of representation of biblical ideas and themes made accessible and memorable to those Christians without the ability to read the messages for themselves.

The two websites used extensively by Sam to illustrate her lecture are: http://bestiary.ca/ and http://www.abdn.ac.uk/bestiary/









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Anthony Greenwood on Developments with the Google Experience...

After the success of Anthony's previous Lunchtime Lecture, where he enlightened us to the possibilities opened up by Google's suite of software, Anthony returns to talk with us about the most recent developments.









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Mary Searle-Chattergee on Travel Writing...

Debates about the imperial and euro-centric roots of modern western travel writing have often ignored traditions of travel writing in other parts of the world. The Greek, Chinese, Arab and Persian are the best-known of these. Dr Mary Searle-Chatterjee, CLG member and member of the Centre for Applied South Asian Studies, talks to us about the tradition of travel writing, it's forms and purpose.









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Hilary Walklett on Victorian Morality and Immorality...

There is a widely-held belief that Victorian Society was prudish and hypocritical, saying one thing in public and doing the opposite behind closed doors. In this lecture, Dr Hilary Walklett gives an overview of the reality behind this accusation, to see what society really felt – and did - about sex, marriage, religion, violence, alcohol and drugs.










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Rory Daly on The Future of Work...

This year’s graduates will approach retirement in 2065. With developments in technology and the changing demands on employees, what should universities do to prepare their students for this work environment and what are the implications for our students’ graduates careers? What are the potential impacts of these changes for those that use services provided by graduates? In this lecture, long standing CLG supporter Rory discusses the future of work and the challenges that presents for universities.










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Diane Armstrong on Becoming a Dementia Friend...

People with dementia get by with a little help from their friends. And anybody can become a Dementia Friend. It’s just about understanding a bit more about dementia and the small things you can do to help people with the condition.
Diane Armstrong visits from Age UK to help us understand more about the various forms of dementia.









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Brian Hodgson on Seating from Antiquity...

Following the completion of his doctorate, Dr Brian Hodgson returns to give us a background to the research journey he has taken and present a lecture on the origin of some of the seating designs which are so familiar to us today.










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Frances Sapsford on Neuroplasticity...

Frances, starts our new academic year with a highly engaging lecture looking at Neuroplasticity.








Lectures from 2013/2014 Academic Year:




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Franco Manni on England as Seen by an Italian...

As Franco's time here draws to a close, for the time being at least, he discusses his observations of England.

Franco Manni On England as Seen by an Italian by CLG




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Hilary Walklett on Vladimir Lenin...

Historian, Hilary Walklett returns to the CLG to give the first of two lectures on Russian communist revolutionary, politician and political theorist Vladimir Lenin.

Part 1

Hilary Walklate on Vladimir Lenin - Part 1 of 2 by CLG

Part 2

Hilary Walklate on Vladimir Lenin - Part 2 of 2 by CLG






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Peter Schofield on Landscape Archeology...

Peter Schofield from Oxford Archeology discusses his work and some recent projects which have taken place in the north of England. For more information on Peter's work, and some beautiful photographs visit his excellent blog:
http://uplandpete.wordpress.com/

Peter Schofield On Landscape Archeology by Continuing Learning Group




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Andy Hornby on The Winders of Wyresdale...

Musician and Historian, Andy visits to talk to us about the Winder family who lived locally and left a great legacy of written music for us all to enjoy.

Andy Hornby On The Music Of Wyresdale by Continuing Learning Group





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Val Bissland on Memory...

Val visits from Strathclyde University to talk to us about memory and the brain. You can also download the accompanying PDF of Val's slides.

Val Bissland On Memory by Continuing Learning Group






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Trevor Crawford on Eye Gaze in Dementia Research...

Dr Trevor Crawford discusses the possibilities of early diagnosis of dementia through eye testing.

Trevor Crawford On Eye Gaze In Dementia Research by Continuing Learning Group





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Fiona Frank on Halton Mill...

Fiona, founder of the SLP (the precursor to the CLG) discusses the revitalisation and reinvention of the characterful old riverside mill.

Fiona Frank On Halton Mill by Continuing Learning Group






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Noel Cass on the 'Less is More' Game...

Dr Noel Cass discusses an exciting new project he and Liz Horn are involved with, which aims to bring together all generations with a focus on sustainability.

Noel Cass on The Less Is More Game by Continuing Learning Group





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Dawn Keyse on Nutrition and Wellbeing...

Dawn, from Dacrelands Health Centre, talks about the importance of keeping our cells in good condition, the right kind of fats and doing the best you can with the resources you have.

Dawn Keyse On Nutrition And Wellbeing by Continuing Learning Group





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John Welshman on Titanic: The Last Night of a Small Town...

Historian, Dr John Welshman, returns to discuss his recent book about the ill-fated liner.

John Welshman On Titanic Book by Continuing Learning Group






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Franco Manni on Tolkien and the History of Philosophy...

Franco presents a second lecture on Tolkien. In this lecture he explores the total absence of any mention of philosophers, past and present, in Tolkien's works. A full transcript of the lecture above is downloadable.

Franco Manni On Tolkien And The History Of Philosophy by Continuing Learning Group






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Anthony Greenwood on The Google Experience...

Anthony presents an accessible, general introduction to the Google suite of programs, including Gmail, Google+ (social media) and cloud storage.

Anthony Greenwood On The Google Experience by Continuing Learning Group






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Photos of the Silverdale Hoard reproduced with kind permission from © Peter Schofield http://uplandpete.wordpress.com/

Dot Boughton on The Silverdale Hoard...

Dot, finds liaison officer at Lancaster Museum, discusses this remarkable find of outstanding historic artifacts.

Dot Boughton on The Silverdale Hoard - edit 1 by Continuing Learning Group





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Amanda Bingley on Working in a Rural Environment...

Amanda explores the positives and negatives of working in a rural environment and calls for an awareness of what might be needed to improve the shortcomings of this type of work.

Amanda Bingley On Working In A Rural Environment by Continuing Learning Group






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Celia Cole on Life, Ruskin and Hogarth...

Group member Celia returns from completing her degree at Ruskin College, Oxford to tell us about her adventure.

Celia Cole On Life Ruskin And Hogarth by Continuing Learning Group






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Franco Manni - An Overview Of The Ethical-Political History Of Italy...

Visiting Lecturer and Steering Group member Franco discusses Italy in ethical, political, cultural and historic terms.
With an introduction by Janet Ross-Mills. The transcript of the lecture is downloadable.

Mills Introduces Francos Italian Lecture by Continuing Learning Group

Franco Manni on the Ethical-Political History of Italy by Continuing Learning Group







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Juliano Ferreira Arcuri on Assessing Exercise Capacity in Healthy Older People...

Juliano, visiting Lecturer from the University of São Carlos discusses assessment and reproducibility in exercise testing of older people with particular focus on the Six Minute Step Test.
Why not download the accompanying PDF document to enhance your enjoyment of the lecture recording.

Juliano Arcuri On Assessing Excercise Capacity In Healthy Older People by Continuing Learning Group






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Sue Dewhurst and Theo Bampouras on Balance in Older Age...
Visiting Lecturers from the University of Cumbria discuss the problem of ageing on our balance and how we can address the issues that arise.

Sue Dewhurst And Theo Bampouras On Balance In Older Age by Continuing Learning Group

University of Cumbria Active Ageing Research Group
C/O Dr Susan Dewhurst
susan.dewhurst@cumbria.ac.uk
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Franco Manni on Tolkien and The Second World War...

Visiting Lecturer and Steering Group Member Franco discusses Tolkien's outstanding work The Lord of the Rings
in the context of the Second World War. The transcript of the lecture is downloadable.

Franco Manni On Tolkien And The Second World War by Continuing Learning Group






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David Pedder and Janet Ross-Mills on Online Learning Opportunities...

Steering Group Members Dave and Janet look at online education resources available for free.
You are welcome to download the handout (above) and keep it for future reference.
David Pedder and Janet Ross Mills on Online Learning Opportunities by Continuing Learning Group






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Marije Michel on Second Language Learning...

Marije talks about the truths and myths around second language learning.
Marije Michel on Second Language Learning by Continuing Learning Group





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Jeff and Christine Cooper on The Dymock Poets...

Jeff and Christine introduce us to this innovative group of poets based around Dymock in Gloucestershire in the run up to the First World War.

Jeff and Christine Cooper on The Dymock Poets by Continuing Learning Group





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Hilary Walklett on Jiggers and Spelks of Morecambe Bay...

Hilary talks about the history of our beautiful bay.

Hilary Walklett on Jiggers and Spelks of Morecambe Bay by Continuing Learning Group





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Elena Semino on Why Metaphor Matters...

Elena discusses the use of metaphor in creative writing.

Elena Semino on Why Metaphor Matters by Continuing Learning Group





Showcase:


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Brian Hodgson on The Geometry of Gothic...

Brian discusses proportions and geometric construction techniques in Gothic architecture.

Brian Hodgson on The Geometry of Gothic by Continuing Learning Group

Unfortunately, the accompanying illustrations from this lecture can't be posted until such time as Brian has completed his PhD.
We hope to add a selection of illustrations to the archive in the future.



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George Savona on Art and the Russian Revolution...

George, co author of Theatre As Sign-System: A Semiotics of Text and Performance, discusses the varied forms of art during the Russian Revolution. (from Feb 2013)

George Savona on Art and the Russian Revolution by Continuing Learning Group

The Q+A session...

Art and the Russian Revolution Q and A by Continuing Learning Group





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Rachel Cooper on DSM 5...

Rachel discusses the forthcoming fifth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. (from Jan 2013)

Rachel Cooper on DSM 5 by Continuing Learning Group





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Anthony Greenwood on Data Organisation...

Anthony discusses good practice in relation to your computer and your files. (from Feb 2013)

Anthony Greenwood on Data Organisation by Continuing Learning Group





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Hilary Walklett on Leon Trotsky...

Hilary discusses the life and times of Leon Trotsky. (from Jan 2013)

Hilary Walklett on Leon Trotsky by Continuing Learning Group





George Henson Interview...

This is an audio interview which was conducted recently with Steering Group member George Henson on the subject of 'Learning Methods'.
The interviewer is David Pedder.


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Empire: Putin's Russia



As Vladimir Putin begins his third term as Russian president, we ask if Russia can become a superpower once again.





We are currently looking at the possibility of creating a series of short, peer education video lectures for inclusion on the site. Below is a prototype. If you have any suggestions or constructive criticism, why not drop us a line. We would welcome your thoughts. Email.... seniorlearners@lancaster.ac.uk



Narration is by Mark Cooke
Editing and Production is by David Pedder

Below are links to some of the previous lectures in audio format.

As new lectures take place, more links will be added.


Some lectures below have an accompanying PowerPoint Presentation which can also be

downloaded and viewed.


Please note:

The contents of these lecture recordings are the property of the lecturers themselves and have been

provided for educational purposes.

Please do enjoy them but refrain from distributing them, as students do not have that right.


Firstly, please read the instructions on how to download the links below and how to play them on your computer..



--- How To Listen To The Archived Lecture Recordings---

Click on the link of the lecture you want to hear. A new window will appear.


In the new window, below the name of the file is a yellow CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD box with

a green arrow in it. (note - you may need to drag the scroll bar on the right to reveal this yellow box).


Click on the yellow box. You will then get the options to 'open' or 'save'.

Save will allow you to save it to your computer,


Open will download the file over a couple of minutes and then play it automatically in your computer's audio player.

If you are not too familiar with computers then this option is the better option for you.


IMPORTANT: Before you do this you should check that the volume of your speakers is not too high

otherwise you may get an unpleasant surprise when the audio file starts to play.



Archive of Lunchtime Lecture Recordings and PowerPoint Presentations ....


Franco Manni on England as Seen by an Italian


http://www.mediafire.com/listen/jq1y4o1w35dztlo/Franco_Manni_on_England_as_Viewed_by_an_Italian.mp3



Hilary Walklate on Vladimir Lenin - Part 1 of 2
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/ruy6ejxtqoeb2uj/Hilary_Walklate_on_Vladimir_Lenin_-_Part_1_of_2.mp3

Hilary Walklate on Vladimir Lenin - Part 2 of 2
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/00f342vyvmd12p1/Hilary_Walklate_on_Vladimir_Lenin_-_Part_2_of_2.mp3


Peter Schofield on Landscape Archeology
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/49gjmduh346c72x/Peter_Schofield_on_Landscape_Archeology.mp3

Andy Hornby on the Music of Wyresdale
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/r69lbauouhijpqu/Andy_Hornby_on_the_Music_of_Wyresdale.mp3

Val Bissland on Memory
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/p0cb39hbx3p9kpy/Val_Bissland_on_Memory.mp3

Trevor Crawford on Eye Gaze in Dementia Research
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/jilarbw8220bvb2/Trevor_Crawford_on_Eye_Gaze_in_Dementia_Research.mp3

Fiona Frank on Halton Mill
https://www.mediafire.com/?217pu90sq5i61lm

Noel Cass on The Less is More Game
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/gh7799o4hm0bvdh/Noel_Cass_on_The_Less_is_More_Game.mp3

Dawn Keyse on Nutrition and Wellbeing
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/s8dszunu1i7mcqr/Dawn_Keyse_on_Nutrition_and_Wellbeing.mp3

John Welshman on Titanic Book.
https://www.mediafire.com/?gh7799o4hm0bvdh

Franco Manni on Tolkien and the History of Philosophy
https://www.mediafire.com/?s8dszunu1i7mcqr




Anthony Greenwood on The Google Experience
https://www.mediafire.com/?aj4bc44g0fw4en4


Amanda Bingley on Working in a Rural Environment
https://www.mediafire.com/?jgr7d9sv049e9nk


Celia Cole on Life, Ruskin and Hogarth
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/p3rywp84ab3fu5p/Celia%20Cole%20on%20Life%20Ruskin%20and%20Hogarth.mp3



Janet Ross-Mills Introduces Franco Manni's Italy Lecture
http://www.mediafire.com/?k13yaju5m0ttjme

Franco Manni - an Overview of the Ethical-Political History of Italy
http://www.mediafire.com/?9m1jnju1b2jlxcg




Juliano Ferreira Arcuri on Assessing Exercise Capacity in Healthy Older People
http://www.mediafire.com/?i2363od1voqozim


Sue Dewhurst and Theo Bampouras on Balance in Older Age
http://www.mediafire.com/download/xbccx7cbp39asx0/Sue_Dewhurst_and_Theo_Bampouras_on_Balance_in_Older_Age.mp3


Franco Manni on Tolkien and The Second World War
http://www.mediafire.com/?vnohfc1k673kbnj




David Pedder and Janet Ross-Mills on Online Learning Opportunities
http://www.mediafire.com/?5oboo33slt2p6to




Marije Michel on Second Language Learning
http://www.mediafire.com/?9tmkemtd42zv4c0


Jeff and Christine Cooper on The Dymock Poets
http://www.mediafire.com/?hayegabnktv7ive


Elena Semino on Why Metaphor Matters
http://www.mediafire.com/?lc21erym7eeuqee


Brian Hodgson on The Geometry of Gothic
http://www.mediafire.com/?owbij8n8l29o01v



George Savona on Art and the Russian Revolution
http://www.mediafire.com/?f1vdi3v0sv28ncn

George's PowerPoint presentation
http://www.mediafire.com/view/?5xtjx27pf1cd39g



Anthony Greenwood on Data Organisation
http://www.mediafire.com/?599koa9agr3gvq0


Rachel Cooper on DSM 5
http://www.mediafire.com/?mv96h0495y5zq2n



Alison Findlay on Desecrated Ceremonies in Macbeth
http://www.mediafire.com/?v7vmyngs9c8gffa


Empire - Putin's Russia Programme
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZcUsdARY6o

Discussion on Empire - Putin's Russia Programme
http://www.mediafire.com/?s5dehtelgaxsx5n



Jan Maskell on The Cohousing Project
http://www.mediafire.com/?yveatczo2tcp05l

Jan Maskell PowerPoint Presentation
http://www.mediafire.com/view/?eybiemire5cis39



Hilary Walklett on The Russian Revolution
http://www.mediafire.com/?42w1sx8mjwen5u7

Hilary Walklett on Leon Trotsky
http://www.mediafire.com/?zbv5b6u05vr1v3j

Hilary Walklett on Jiggers and Spelks of Morecambe Bay
http://www.mediafire.com/?sct9qvfhj9ga1t9



Eleanor Rycroft on The Witch of Edmonton
http://www.mediafire.com/?k4i1k0dji2zxe5p



John Burgoyne on the History of Management in the North West
http://www.mediafire.com/?8pl1onmstuw3zu8



Preview for Mark Rotherham's Film 'TCL Unleashing'
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5aOXs8GwJc

Mark Rotherham and the CLG Discuss Transition City Lancaster
http://www.mediafire.com/?an49h8x85j19f35



Brian Hodgson on Creativity and Craftsmanship
http://www.mediafire.com/?0ta98uaz69r6oka


John Burgoyne on Leadership and the Economic Crisis
http://www.mediafire.com/?8fnz4p4s643ubh1



Dr Kathleen Richardson (UCL), Will Robots Take Over The World
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGPPjGqT6PA

Group Discussion on Robots
http://www.mediafire.com/?x64i7cygbyqiiq7



Ali Birkett on Dung Beetles in UK Uplands
http://www.mediafire.com/?rtfgl25kuaxcem7



Ricardo Lima on Sao Tome (lecture)
http://www.mediafire.com/?q6a1l2gfl28vqzv

Ricardo's PowerPoint Presentation (slides)
http://www.mediafire.com/?1ad8tygh4qbd2z9



Brian Hodgson on Trees to Furniture
http://www.mediafire.com/?o3wi3wbiqpdre2x


Jill Robinson on Balearic Summer School 2011
http://www.mediafire.com/?cncrdw6127pqibu


George Savona on Social Functions of Greek Drama
http://mediafire.com/?l8c18kcgdk2dd0e


Becky Messham on Flood Damage
http://www.mediafire.com/?ihbcw6kudve9ael

Becky's PowerPoint Presentation
http://www.mediafire.com/?lvz8duezia5upub
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Susie Balderston on Disablist Hate Crime
http://www.mediafire.com/?mbumgf0c086nn2g

Brian Hodgson On Furness Abbey
http://www.mediafire.com/listen/7kt0ir4rjsp1cd7/Brian_Hodgson_on_Furness_Abbey.mp3


David Jackson on Music For Everybody
http://www.mediafire.com/?rgti5kd0p5nrpvc


Liz Oakley-Brown on Shakespeare (Powerpoint)



Greg Myers on Wikipedia (Lecture)
http://www.mediafire.com/?v5f78j2nqu4iu3w

Greg Myers on Wikipedia (PowerPoint presentation)
http://www.mediafire.com/?jdv03cl5nlkzdtv


SEVOCA Visitor's Lecture on Hungary
http://www.mediafire.com/?h2vrg6ryc2i3gqa


Liz Fawcett on The Jack Hylton Collection
http://www.mediafire.com/?m5tf49it1qc59f1

John Schad on the Ill-Fated Performance of Godot, Blackpool, 1956
http://www.mediafire.com/?7y0u2rav909ao5e


Sally Watson on Leadership in a Changing World
http://www.mediafire.com/?6k7gkzhjk74wn89

Fiona Frank on Jewish Immigration to Scotland: Anatomy of a PhD. (Lecture)
http://www.mediafire.com/?l8scwgqsszxw8kf

Fiona Frank PowerPoint Presentation (slides)
http://www.mediafire.com/?f0r97uaen23ogkm


Brian Hodgson on Doctoral Studies of Gothic Buildings
http://www.mediafire.com/?ddpyiyzy16jyf14

Roger Pickup on Mountain Rescue
http://www.mediafire.com/?ajabqmg8o73mr9h

John Burgoyne on Expertise
http://www.mediafire.com/?2rag7lki3g9wkyq
John Burgoyne on Networks and Networking
http://www.mediafire.com/?u2cd84ayrtt29ul


Mike Roberts on Chemical Warfare in Plants (Lecture
http://www.mediafire.com/?5mijlgtdmie70d8
Mike Roberts Chemical Warfare in Plants (Slides)
http://www.mediafire.com/?89wsgpw6fy9cxw8


Kamilla Elliot on Turning Books Into Films
http://www.mediafire.com/?sbsg88sbqd0mp26


David Milman on Debt (Lecture)
http://www.mediafire.com/?u9xkr187a14r3cq
David Milman Handout (Word Document)
D Milman Handout - Legal Mechanisms to Deal with Debt.doc


Daphne Wallace on Personhood and Conitive Decline (Lecture)
http://www.mediafire.com/?vq07etcsg8odvts
Daphne Wallace Presentation (PowerPoint Slides)
http://www.mediafire.com/?gack5avimuvg5p4

Link to the Digital Lecture on 'Linked Data' by Tim Berners-Lee
http://www.ted.com/talks/tim_berners_lee_on_the_next_web.html
CLG discussion on 'Linked Data'
http://www.mediafire.com/?sm7xuz7dh88sa7j


Link to the Digital Lecture on 'Wikileaks' with Julian Assange
http://www.ted.com/talks/julian_assange_why_the_world_needs_wikileaks.html
CLG discussion on 'Wikileaks'
http://www.mediafire.com/?pwm8z36n2bfpe7r


Jenny Brine's talk on the Library
http://www.mediafire.com/?zhqr7aq2ifj5w60


SEVOCA Students' talk on Hungary
http://www.mediafire.com/?wo8fj6h8hdci3b2


Jill Robinson on the Third Balearic Summer School
http://www.mediafire.com/?2l335j444931hhw

Jill's PowerPoint Presentation
http://www.mediafire.com/?51eya1wn4ewybe7


Rory Daly on The Senior Guides Project
http://www.mediafire.com/?0fjxh4qr78666yq


Dr Karenza Moore's Lecture on Mobiles and the Night Time Economy
http://www.mediafire.com/?1pos4zsu6cv9y17



Dr Garrath Williams Lecture on Hannah Arendt
http://www.mediafire.com/?rk6x5z1j7d1klxq

Dr Garrath Williams' Lecture on Arendt and Heidegger
http://www.mediafire.com/?zw8gz8k41bkjpn5



Dr John Welshman's Lecture on Evacuations of WWII
http://www.mediafire.com/?47gwe5dft474bvt



Dr Roger Kemp's Lecture on Meeting The Climate Change Act (lecture)
http://www.mediafire.com/?8z8f85rghu59i1h

Dr Roger Kemp's PowerPoint Presentation (slides)
http://www.mediafire.com/?tt4v36lvjkdwxlt


Professor Malcolm Joyce's Lecture on Viscosity and Swallowing
http://www.mediafire.com/?7sg9xseoxqyf98g


Dr Katherine Froggatt's Lecture on End of Life Care
http://www.mediafire.com/?6rbbr7w4uoy2q3x


Dr Hilary Hinds' Lecture on Social Uses of Twin Beds
http://www.mediafire.com/?aefd9bg76ulzd72


Dr Danny Soetanto's Lecture on Networks and Networking
http://www.mediafire.com/?hujo72mj2r2acaj