Although our current exhibition 'From Flags to Flanders Fields' has now closed to the general public for the season, it remains in place and private parties/visitors will be welcomed on Wednesdays and Saturdays, by arrangement.
The Great War is such a huge topic, that we'll display an updated version of this exhbition next year. As 2015 also coincides with the 70th anniversary of the end of WW2, this cataclysmic event will also be covered.
Goudie Lecture Programme 2014
Saturday 25 October at 11.30 am
Investigative journalist and broadcaster Mervyn Hagger, presents 'How Yesterday Streamed into Today'.
His talk will trace the progress from the offshore radio 'Rocking Ships' of the 1960s (such as Radio London and Radio Caroline), to the sophisticated Internet Radio of today, noting many of the hurdles and problems encountered en route.
Admission £10, includes lecture, full buffet lunch and exhibition.
Saturday, 8 November at 11.30 am
The Harry Matthews Memorial Lecture will be presented by Roy Johnstone, whose talk 'The Battle of Britain', will follow the Museum's AGM.
Admission: Free to members; £10 to non-members, includes Lecture, cheese and wine buffet lunch and exhibition.
Saturday 13 December at 11.30 am
Hamish Brown will once again put us in the 'Festive Spirit', with tales of Scottish Graveyards!
Admission: £10 (£8 for members), includes special Christmas buffet lunch......, cranberries, turkey, mince pies, crackers and paper hats!
To book for the above talks, please telephone Dorothy Brankin on 01506 823424 or e-mail email@example.com
All lectures take place in the Museum of Communication, 131 High Street, Burntisland KY3 9AA
More lectures in the pipeline, but dates still to be finalised, so 'Watch This Space!'
Space limited - pre-booking essential
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