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Wednesday 28 January Chester's role during the English Civil War Lecture by Prof. Peter Gaunt

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Thursday 29 January 'The Terror of London': Spring-heeled Jack and the Victorian Metropolitan Press One of London's greatest monsters, Spring-heeled Jack has held the city's imagination in his claws since he first appeared.

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Thursday 29 January Microsoft Distinguished Research Lecture Laws of Programming with Concurrency

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Tuesday 3 February My Story: Bea Green Kindertransportee, Bea Green, speaks about her life as part of our 'My Story' programme of personal histories.

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Wednesday 4 February An Introduction to British Architectural History / ​Historicist Britain Jeremy Musson, architectural historian, author and broadcaster has devised an enjoyable and informative introduction to British architectural history by looking at the works of select groups of influential architects working in the late seventeenth century, the early eighteenth century, the late eighteenth century and the nineteenth century; he uses the work of these architects to help navigate the complex story of architecture in each of these key periods. As a former architectural editor of Country Life there will be an emphasis on country house design, but this will be related to wider themes of public, urban and ecclesiastical work.

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