In our March 'Shed Talk', drawing on material from his new book, Professor Gareth Williams tells the story of unravelling the double helix and the discovery of DNA
For our October 'Shed Talk', We have invited Judith Dimant to talk about her years as producer for one of the world's most renowned touring theatre companies and explain how a small piece of work that starts in the subsidised sector can end up on Broadway.
For September's Shed Talk, Dr Piers Brendon, author of Churchill's Bestiary - will talk about Winston Churchill and his conflicting feelings for and involvement with all kinds of animals, as an owner of many pets while yet a keen hunter of 'game'.
July's Shed Talk invites John Andrews to explain the causes, the technological solutions available to mitigate the effects and the changes to lifestyle this will bring about.
For June's Shed talk Oliver Everett CVO, Librarian Emeritus of the Royal Library, Windsor Castle discusses the Royal Collection of Art and selects some of the finest examples to demonstrate the range and magnificence of the items within it
In Mays 'Shed Talk', Judy Golding discusses her Father's book The Lord of the Flies and its relevance today some sixty five years after it was written
In Aprils 'Shed Talk' meet Class Act who are four seasoned jazz musicians who will be discussing the basic elements of jazz, while playing examples from their own repertoire
In March's 'Shed Talk', Speaker Jemima Parry Jones discusses Birds of Prey and Adaptions for Flight and Feathers
In Februarys 'Shed Talk', Speaker Rosamund Portus introduces us to the world of bees, their history, their relationship with humans and their recent decline in number.
In Januarys 'Shed Talk', Professor Peter Barham explores and explains the science behind gastronomy