BLEDDFA ANNUAL LECTURE
The Trustees of the Bleddfa Centre hope to run the Annual Lecture again in late Summer / early Autumn, bringing to the Centre once again a prominent public figure to talk on the many facets of the relationship between creativity and spirituality. As soon as the speaker and date have been confirmed full information will be posted here. The lecture will take place in the Church of St Mary Magdalene, immediately adjacent to the Centre, with a planned meet-the-speaker and buffet lunch in the Hall Barn.
In previous years our speakers have been:
2003 Neil MacGregor, Director of the British Museum. (Inaugural lecture)
2004 Dr Rowan Williams, then Archbishop of Canterbury.
2005 Sir Peter Maxwell-Davies, then Master of the Queen's Music.
2006 Sir Jonathon Porritt, environmentalist.
2007 James Roose-Evans, founder of the Bleddfa Trust.
2008 Professor Trefor Jenkins, researcher in human genetics.
2009 Sir John Houghton, chair of IPCC scientific working group.
2010 Simon Davison, then Director of the Bleddfa Centre.
2011 Lord Melvyn Bragg, broadcaster and novelist.
2012 Libby Purves, broadcaster and journalist.
2013 Sir Mark Tully, broadcaster and journalist.
THE ANNUAL LECTURE ON CD: The 2013 Annual Lecture, as is normal practice, was recorded by sound engineer Ian Tengwall on behalf of the Bleddfa Trust and Sir Mark Tully, and is available on a single CD for £5 plus postage and packing, directly from the Bleddfa Centre Office. Some of the previous lectures can also be bought as audio CDs, subject to availability. For more information and / or to order call Shirley Elwell on 01547 550377 during office hours or send her an email.