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Romantic Facts and Fantasies - Romanticism, Caricature and Politics

Originally recorded as part of the Romantic Facts and Fantasies exhibition at Lakeside Arts, on Tuesday 20 August 2019. The years 1780-1840 are sometimes regarded as the ‘golden age of…

From  Hayley Cotterill on July 30th, 2020 0 likes 19 plays 0  

Romantic Facts and Fantasies - Politics and Poetry: The Workhouse at Southwell

Originally recorded for the Romantic Facts and Fantasies exhibition at Lakeside Arts, Friday 26 July 2019. The early 19th century is often seen a time of invention, creativity and technology.…

From  Kathryn Steenson on July 30th, 2020 0 likes 16 plays 0  

Romantic Facts and Fantasies - Romantic Reputations: Angelic Austen and Beastly Byron?

Lunchtime talk for the Romantic Facts and Fantasies exhibition at Lakeside Arts, originally recorded on Tuesday 2 July 2019. Was Lord Byron really ‘mad, bad and dangerous to know’, and…

From  Hayley Cotterill on July 30th, 2020 0 likes 14 plays 0  

Paul Crawford: Florence Nightingale Comes Home

Paul Crawford, Professor of Health Humanities at the School of Health Sciences, discusses the Florence Nightingale Comes Home Exhibition which marks the bicentenary of her birth.

From  Hayley Cotterill on May 7th, 2020 0 likes 303 plays 0  

Jonathan Memel: Florence Nightingale Comes Home

Dr Jonathan Memel, co-curator of the Florence Nightingale Comes Home exhibition, discusses one of the items displayed: a jug sold to raise funds to help soldiers and their families in the Crimean War.

From  Hayley Cotterill on May 7th, 2020 0 likes 15 plays 0  

Hayley Cotterill: Florence Nightingale Comes Home

Hayley Cotterill, Senior Archivist at Manuscripts and Special Collections, talks about a document in the Florence Nightingale Comes Home exhibition: a letter from the 5th Duke of Newcastle, Secretary…

From  Hayley Cotterill on May 7th, 2020 0 likes 28 plays 0  

George IV and the Return of the Royal Mistress

George IV inherited the throne at a time of economic stress and popular political unrest, accompanied by a constitutional crisis over the status of his wife, Queen Caroline. On the bicentenary of…

From  Hayley Cotterill on April 17th, 2020 0 likes 20 plays 0  

'The Diabolical Cato Street Plot'

Exhibition curator, Dr Richard Gaunt, re-considers the Cato Street Conspiracy, by uncovering its motivation, history and consequences.

From  Hayley Cotterill on April 17th, 2020 0 likes 16 plays 0  

Lunchtime Talk: Making Music in Georgian Britain

Professor Jeanice Brooks of the University of Southampton, explores how musical materials were used and displayed in the home during Georgian Britain.

From  Hayley Cotterill on April 17th, 2020 0 likes 19 plays 0  

An Interview with Jeanice Brooks

Professor Jeanice Brooks of the University of Southampton explores how musical materials were used and displayed at home during the Georgian Era.

From  Hayley Cotterill on April 16th, 2020 0 likes 0 plays 0  

Georgian Delights: Curator Tour (part 1)

Academic curator Dr Richard Gaunt introduces the virtual tour of the exhibition "Georgian Delights: Life during the reign of George IV (1820-1830)".

From  Hayley Cotterill on April 11th, 2020 0 likes 25 plays 0  

Georgian Delights: Richard Gaunt Interview, The Cato Street Conspiracy

On the evening of 23 February 1820, Bow Street Runners entered a hayloft in Cato Street, London, to arrest a group of armed conspirators who were planning to assassinate the British cabinet at a…

From  Hayley Cotterill on February 25th, 2020 0 likes 41 plays 0  

Georgian Delights: Nigel Aston Interview

Dr Nigel Aston of the University of Leicester looks again at the influence and assesses the importance of two much criticised women, Ladies Hertford and Conyngham, in relation to the king's…

From  Hayley Cotterill on January 30th, 2020 0 likes 28 plays 0  

Georgian Delights: Jeanice Brooks Interview

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From  Hayley Cotterill on January 9th, 2020 0 likes 31 plays 0  

‘Singing the Lord’s song in a strange land’: nineteenth-century debates over British rule in India

British imperialism in India was a contentious subject, especially amongst those who actively participated in the imperial project. Drawing on the correspondence of British imperial elites and…

From  Hayley Cotterill on August 30th, 2017 0 likes 26 plays 0  

The ‘Thin White Line’: European soldiers in colonial India

The military sat at the core of imperial rule in India. Although the army was composed largely of Indian troops, European soldiers were thought to be crucial to maintaining colonial rule. In this…

From  Hayley Cotterill on August 30th, 2017 0 likes 22 plays 0  

Grand Tourists and Others: Exhibition Lecture

Video about the "Grand Tourists and Others" exhibition in 2016 at Nottingham Lakeside Arts.

From  Hayley Cotterill on September 26th, 2016 0 likes 37 plays 0  

Vlog: Elisabeth Frink exhibition

John recently visited the Elisabeth Frink exhibition at Nottingham Lakeside Arts, and this is what he thought of it. Find out more about the exhibition: http://goo.gl/hEjZ5g See more from John:…

From  Tom Travis on February 11th, 2016 0 likes 17 plays 0