The Society’s Monday night lectures are one of the most popular benefits for our Fellows and members. They’re a great opportunity to find out more about current geographical research and its impact on our lives, as well as to hear first-hand about the world’s different cultures. From polar adventures to hot desert trails, underwater worlds and even space exploration – there really is something for everyone.
However, we know that it’s not always possible to attend the lectures in person, so Fellows and members have exclusive access to recordings of them online. To avoid missing out, or if you simply want to watch a lecture again, log in to the website now and watch at your leisure.
Watch the video to hear Immediate Past President Nicholas Crane’s thoughts on our online lectures.
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This illustrated lecture explores beauty and ruin in the old caravansary towns of the Thar Desert in Shekhawati, and highlights conservation efforts aimed at preserving the region’s fading visual culture.
29 October 2018
Frank discusses the nature of and trends in London's air quality in recent years, the impact of air quality on health and how public understanding of the issue is changing.
8 May 2017
This illustrated assessment of Britain's impact on the world marks the 400th anniversary of the death of Richard Hakluyt, one of the UK's most influential early geographers and a historian of exploration.
4 April 2016
An ancient eternal fuel, the highest snow passes on Earth, and the last of the great Himalayan muleteers – told by the only known westerner to travel the entire Tea Horse Road by foot.
21 March 2016
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