The Lectures
In no particular order.

Characters of East Anglia
Including Maria Marten and Dick Turpin

More Characters of East Anglia
Including Margaret Catchpole and the Rector of Stiffkey

Yet More Characters of East Anglia
More East Anglians who have made their mark.

The Lost City of Dunwich
The story of a great East Anglian city which now lies beneath the North Sea.

Horatio, Lord Nelson
The life and career of England’s greatest naval commander and a legend in his lifetime

Two Suffolk Artists
Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable

The Bayeux Tapestry
The events of the year 1066 - the Year of the Three Kings

Alfred, Lord Tennyson
The fascinating life of the great Victorian poet

The Suffolk Coastline
From Corton in the north to the River Orwell

Hadrian’s Wall
Rome’s Northern frontier: how it was built and used by the Roman army

The Tale of Beatrix Potter
The story of a remarkable children’s author who did more than create Peter Rabbit

The Bible in English
The history of the English Bible from earliest translations to the King James Version

Oliver Cromwell
He went from farmer to Lord Protector in a decade and changed England for ever

The Globe Theatre
Play-going in Shakespeare’s London - 
what was it like to be in the audience?

Classic Children’s Authors
The stories behind some of the best books 
ever written for children.
(not illustrated)

The Paston Letters
The personal letters of a 15th century Norfolk
 family living through times of hardship and war
(not illustrated)

The River Deben
An armchair voyage down one of East Anglia’s most beautiful rivers

Mozart: A Life in Music
The story of a genius through his own words and wonderful music
(illustrated and with music extracts) 

The Genius of Charles Dickens
The secrets behind the life and work of the popular novelist

The Sutton Hoo Ship Burial
The greatest treasure ever found on English soil, and a Royal tomb as well

Edward Fitzgerald
An eccentric Victorian country gentleman and his classic translation of a Persian poem

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson
The story of the Aldeburgh girl who, against the odds,
 became a doctor, then established a hospital, and 
ended up Mayor of the town

Crippen
He killed his wife and then bungled almost every detail
 of the events which followed. 
The story behind a legendary murder

John Clare
The sad story of a poet who adored the English 
landscape and captured his pleasure in beautiful verse

Black Ivory
The story of the Slave Trade and Great Britain’s part in bringing it to an end

Tales of King Arthur 
The Arthurian Legends comprise one of the world’s great stories, telling of King Arthur, Excalibur, the Round Table and Merlin.
(not illustrated)

And did those feet? 
The story of William Blake’s Jerusalem. 
(not illustrated)

The Find of a Lifetime 
The exciting stories behind the discovery of buried treasures in East Anglia: Snettisham, Mildenhall, Hoxne, Sutton Hoo.

Suffolk: A Portrait 
Evocative pictures of this beautiful county throughout the seasons, with English music and verse.
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Edward Thomas and Adlestrop
The story of a poet and his much-loved poem

Landmarks in Movie History
How the movies were invented and changed the world.  
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The Cretingham Murder Mystery
Murder most violent in a 19th century Suffolk village.
(not illustrated)

A Christmas Miscellany
A celebration of all things to do with Christmas.
(not illustrated)

The Story of the Aldeburgh Festival
A Suffolk music festival which is famous worldwide.

Rule Britannia - Trafalgar to Jutland
The transformation of the Royal Navy in the 19th Century.

Parson Woodforde’s Diary
The diary of an 18th century country parson. 
(not illustrated)

A History of the Suffolk Landscape
The evolution of the county we know today

The Rise and Fall of the East Anglian Herring
From triumph to disaster in half a century

The History of a Medieval Parish Church
From St Augustine to Queen Elizabeth 
(not illustrated)

Benjamin Britten - A Suffolk Composer
An illustrated lecture on his life and work.

Thomas Seckford: Life and Legacy
The extraordinary story of a Tudor benefactor.

The Royal Navy in World War I
How the Royal Navy helped to ensure victory in the Great War

Sir Edward Elgar - A life in music
The composer who is regarded as a national treasure

Mary Rose
The Life and Loss of a Tudor Warship

John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough
The General who gave his Queen “A Glorious Victory”

Samuel Pepys
And the making of the Royal Navy

Classic Comic Novels
A celebration of English humour in print
(not illustrated)

The Swedish warship Vasa
Lost in the 17th c and found in the 20th c.

Dickens and Scrooge
The writing of a classic Christmas story
(not illustrated)

Matthew Harrison – The Witch-Finder General
An East Anglian horror story