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All lectures take place in the Museum of Communication, 131 High Street, Burntisland KY3 9AA
Tuesday 22 April at 7.30pm 'History of Transport across the Forth' Andrew Caskie
Saturday 31 May at 11.30am - snack lunch included 'Fortress Forth 1914-18' Geoffrey Stell
Tuesday 24 June at 7.30pm D-Day Landings Roy Johnstone
Tuesday 23 September at 7.30pm James Naysmith - Engineer David Gavine
More lectures in the pipeline, but dates still to be finalised, so 'Watch This Space!'
Space limited - pre-booking essential
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2013 ended on a high note with an excellent illustrated talk by Hamish Brown, entitled "Scotland, The Weird and the Wonderful", it proved to be just that! He took us round Scotland on a tour of discovery. Some of the sites we have often passed without realising their history and others were completely new to us. The talk was followed with an excellent buffet lunch and raffle for our funds. No - it's not a radio but a biscuit tin - very real eh!
Following his recent success at Dundee University, where he not only achieved a 'Strong First' MA Degree in English & Film Studies, but also scooped the coveted Sir James Black Award, our 'media mogul', Barry Sullivan gave us our first lecture of 2014, entitled 'The Film Answers Back: Scottish Film Critics on World War II Propaganda'.
The March lecture Decoding before Bletchley, given by one of our founder members, David Brown, was a great success. Dr Helen Brown gives the vote of thanks David chatting with Tom Brown after the lecture.