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FRIDAY 5TH MARCH
SATURDAY 6TH MARCH
SUNDAY 7TH MARCH
A HUMAN HISTORY
OF THE OCEANS
HOW TO STAY SANE
PRINCE OF THE PRESS
The George Webber Memorial Event
In memory of Robin Hyman
In Association with the
Second Generation Network
In Association with the National Library
David Abulafia discusses The
Boundless Sea, winner of the Wolfson
History Prize with Spectator Literary
Editor, Sam Leith.
Elif Shafak talks to Mark Lawson
about her call for conscious optimism
in the age of division.
Rob Rinder, Rebecca Clifford, Angela
Cohen & James Libson on the lives of
children after the Holocaust.
Joshua Teplitsky talks to National Library
of Israel’s Head of Collections Raquel
Ukeles about the rabbi who built history’s
most remarkable Jewish library.
10:30-11:30 | £9.50
JOURNEYS TO FREEDOM
12:00-13:00 | £9.50
Rosie Whitehouse, Joanna Newman
& Julia Neuberger on the lives of
those who escaped the Holocaust.
LOVE IN WARTIME
13:30-14:30 | FREE TO REGISTER
Max Hirshfeld & Stuart
Eizenstat’s Sweet Noise tells the story
of Max’s Auschwitz survior parents.
Free Lunchtime Events
18:45-19:45 | £12.50
JEWS DON’T COUNT
20:15-21:15 | £12.50
In association with the TLS
Combining polemic, personal
experience and jokes, David
Baddiel argues that those who
think themselves on the right side
of history often ignore the history
10:00-11:00 | £9.50
11:15-12:15 | £12.50
David Herman and guests on the legacy
of the Franco-American writer.
THE THIRD REICH AND THE
12:30-13:30 | £9.50
Richard J. Evans talks to historian
Trudy Gold on the conspiracy theories
surrounding Adolf Hitler and the Nazis.
17:30-18:30 | £9.50
BORIS JOHNSON: THE GAMBLER
18:45-19:45 | £12.50
Tom Bower talks to Matthew d’Ancona
about Boris Johnson’s journey from
journalist to Prime Minister.
20:00-21:00 | £9.50
Philosopher John Gray turns his attention
to cats and the meaning of life.
THE DISUNITED STATES
21:15-22:15 | £12.50
13:45-14:45 | £12.50
Sponsored by Avi and Alison Goldberg
In Association with JCORE
Nick Cohen, Lionel Shriver and Angelia
Wilson look to the future of the US.
Bryan Cheyette, Edie Friedman and
Anna Hajkova on 500 years of ghettos,
their residents and their reasons.
15:00-16:00 | £9.50
The respected critic speaks to Francine
Stock on filmmakers from Hitchcock &
Lang to Godard & Campion.
AROUND THE WORLD
IN 80 PLANTS
16:15-17:15 | £12.50
After last year’s sell-out event,
environmentalist Jonathan Drori returns
with a talk on his new acclaimed book.