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A New class with Ron Tucker. On Wednesdays at 10.30 – 11.35 in Room 2.26, fortnightly, starting on May 15 and alternating with Spanish Advanced. Bring your own favourite CDs for all to appreciate and listen to pieces enjoyed by other participants.
Unfortunately Judith Peacock has had to give up her Art E class on Fridays for personal reasons. Can anyone help? The class is now self-run but will resume in September with new co-ordinators – details will be in the new handbook. French classes Neville Woolf has sadly not been well enough to attend U3A for […]
Philosophy Arnold Zuboff, a new member, starts this class on Thursdays at 15.10 in Room 1.29. We will discuss philosophical questions including Descartes, Hume, Kant, Nietzsche, scepticism, proofs of the existence of God, the mind/body problem, personal identity and the basis of morality.” Shakespeare’s Tragedies Brian Vickers another new member, will be starting with an […]
Possible effects of Brexit There will some more sessions with David Ellis on this gripping subject on Tuesdays, now in Room 1.29 at 12.50 on 29 April, 28 May; 11 June and 9 July. Greek Modern Conversation is moving to Room 2.26 – dates are unchanged – on Wednesdays at 11.40. Exploring ideas with Jim […]
PETER SAMUEL HALL Ken Baldry is on holiday for the first three weeks of the Summer Term. On 29 April, after the talk by Brian Posner, David Ellis will give us a Brexit overview. The next Monday is a Bank Holiday and on 13 May Shafeeq Siddiqi will talk about China at 11.35.
The Monday morning history talks hitherto given by Ralph have been taken up by Ken Baldry the programme is on this website. “The Consequences of Alexander the Great” to “The Eastern Roman (Greek) Empire 467 – 628”