23rd Dec- Interview with Professor Christine Nicol from Bristol University for the BBC Radio 4 series "Would You Eat an Alien?"

"Would You Eat an Alien?"

The four-part series begins on 9th December at 2100 and continues at the same time on the 16th, 23rd and 30th of December.

13th Dec -'Sex and Love in the post modern world'

A sunday sermon (11.20 - 13.30pm) at The Conway Hall. For further detials and tickets visit the School of Life website.

3rd Dec - 'Leading from the Front', 10am, The Imperial Hotel, London

Oxford University with the Academy Conferences. More details soon.

7th Dec - 'Law and Morality' Lecture Series: The Social Context of the Law, Parliament Chamber, Inner Temple

5.30. Public lecture, for tickets book here

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