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Jonathan Vernon
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A versatile and imaginative educator (e-learning, interactive, linear video and workshops) and communicator (video producer/director)
A versatile and imaginative educator (e-learning, interactive, linear video and workshops) and communicator (video producer/director)

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NSSC Piddinghoe 7FEB2016
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Five speakers, each a respected historian, gives a presentation related to the First World War in 1915. This Saturday in Birmingham, UK. 

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Five key note speakers share their thinking on the state of the Great War one hundred years ago. Always a busy event with several hundred members all with something to say on the First World War 1914-18.

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Interesting local WFA session that follows the story of a local man from home to the Front Line. 

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Terrifically well explained. Awful crackle on the sound. Recordist needed headphones and would have fixed this in moments :)



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In three weeks time there's a conference in Birmingham on the First World War. Day long,  five speakers. 

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In how many towns or cities you know does a major road still run through the medieval town gates? I can think of three: York (as here), Alnwick (which as children we drove through often back and forth to the Northumberland coast before the bypass was built) and York. Chester perhaps? Carlisle nearly? 
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A day trip to York for an interview. I was last there in September 1984 to attend a marketing conference put on by Rowntrees for their advertising agencies ... a lifetime ago. Today I had time to take in two museums, the Yorvik Experience and the Castle Museum. It was the 1914-18 exhibition that was of most interest. The narrative is sustained by curating exhibits to cover the chronology of the war through the experiences of five people before, during and after the war. 
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