With a background in the Royal Marines and latterly working for the United Nations, Henry Chamberlain has been involved in ensuring aid reaches places that need it most at times when only a few dare to go. In this lecture he will give us insight into the troubles in getting support, materials and food to these far-flung places and the strategies used to overcome them. He will also be sharing images and stories from some of these expeditions.
Featured image: Henry Chamberlain
[In-person] A three-hour guided walk on the western edge of Bath.
15 September 2021
Simon will outline the challenges facing the Port of Tyne in the coming years as the ports industry had to adapt to a post-Brexit environment in which the green economy is becoming ever more important.
11 May 2021
India is home to 60% of the extant Asian elephant population and also has one of the highest human populations in the world. This has meant that pressure on available elephant habitat is ever increasing and has led to a high degree of human-elephant conflict.
30 March 2021
Paul Clements delves into the Shannon heartland on a foot-stepping quest to recreate the trip of Richard Hayward 80 years earlier.
11 March 2021
Hear Snowdonia’s various pasts and futures as a cultural landscape, as wildland, and as a people's playground.
11 June 2020
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