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Ivor Gurney (1890-1937) was both a poet and a composer. This event combines talk, poetry readings and song in a sequence exploring Gurney's responses to literature, landscape, history, memory and WWI.

Artist Catherine Bertola and historian Rachel Rich introduce some nineteenth-century cookery and domestic advice books and explain how this subject has influenced their research and practice.

The Yorkshire Local Centre of the Royal Meteorological Society presents a talk by Peter Gibbs, former Met Office and BBC weather forecaster, to mark the 30th Anniversary of the 1987 Great Storm.

Join us for an ‘Oxford style’ debate with arguments both for and against the future of the stethoscope. Who wins? You, our audience decides…!

Come to the Study Abroad Fair to find out how you can use your degree to see the world! Meet exchange students from our partners, speak to returning students and find out more from a member of staff.

The University of Leeds' Georgia Testa (Lecturer in Medical Ethics) and Dr Michael Thomson (Professor of Law) debate BPAS chief executive Ann Furedi on her latest book 'The Moral Case for Abortion'.