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Jonathan Foyle Special Event

Updated: Oct 23, 2023


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Book early for a massive unique event as Collyweston Historical Society welcomes one of the countries most famous historians and TV presenters, Jonathan Foyle. You will have seen Jonathan on TV commanding positions on BBC and various Time Team episodes. Jonathan is one of the most respected voices in the historical architecture.

Here is a link to Jonathan Foyles other local work

Jonathan has written many scholarly papers and additionally contributed articles for a number of newspapers and popular magazines.

He is perhaps best known as a passionate communicator on history. He has taught and lectured widely in Britain and around the world and has appeared and presented a number of television broadcasts.

Since 2002, he has presented films for Channel 4, the BBC, the History Channel, ITN, Lion and Discovery Channels. His 2009 series on Henry VIII as art patron garnered praise. In 2010 his television series Climbing Great Buildings captured his largest audience yet. He delights in working without a net, whether by dangling from an immense height in order to comment on the iron tracery of St Pancras railway station or by improvising a pencil sketch of the pyramids' surroundings in Egypt.

In 2007 Foyle accepted the position of Chief Executive of World Monuments Fund Britain, the UK arm of a global charity, which has achieved great success in securing imperiled architectural sites for future generations.

This event will sell out fast and places are limited to 110 seats only at St Andrews, High Street, Collyweston.

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