Talks at Kew: In Conversation with the DirectorWed 01 December 2010, 7pm
Acclaimed nature writer Richard Mabey talks to Kew's Director, Prof Stephen Hopper
Richard Mabey is a prize-winning writer and botanist, described by The Times as ‘Britain’s greatest living nature writer’. Highly praised for his poetic style and challenging ideas, he writes a monthly column for BBC Wildlife magazine and is the author of several books on nature and food, including the bestselling Food for Free, a book which has never been out of print, and the hugely successful Flora Britannica: The Definitive New Guide to Britain’s Wild Flowers. His latest book, Weeds, is published in October 2010.
- Date: Wednesday 1 December 2010, 7.00pm
- Tutors: Richard Mabey
- Venue: Kew, Jodrell Lecture Theatre, accessed via Jodrell Gate on Kew Road.
- Course Fee: £5 (£4Premier Friends). Tickets can be purchased in advance or will be available to buy at the door on the day from 6.30pm (unless sold out).
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This lecture has been generously supported by the Dr. H. Shawdon Charitable Trust
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