This event will be a webinar held on Zoom.
The Centre for Modern History is hosting a series of informal conversations with history graduates about their lives and careers beyond university.
In our first discussion, Centre Director Dayna Barnes will be speaking with award winning author and documentary film developer Bradley Hague about how his background in history has informed his work. Bradley has worked with National Geographic researching and developing television documentaries including the award-winning book and TV series Alien Deep, The Human Fmaily Tree, and Explorer: The Moment of Death. His work also has appeared on the Discovery Channel, The History Channel, and BBC News.
Meeting ID: 913 7859 2199
Please contact CIPS@city.ac.uk for more details.
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When and where
4.00pm - 5.00pmThursday 11th June 2020