Royal Geographical Society (With The Institute Of British Geographers)

Royal Geographical Society (With The Institute Of British Geographers)
1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
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7th Annual Lecture: The Politics of Forgiveness

Writer and broadcaster, Richard Holloway delivers the keynote speech on 'The Politics of Forgiveness' at the Royal Geographical Society's Annual Lecture.

Wed 11 Oct

£20 (£12) / 020 7591 3000

'A River Below': The fight for the Pink River Dolphin

We hope you can join us for what promises to be a fascinating evening with Whitley Gold Award winner, Fernando Trujillo, whose work to save the Amazonian Pink River Dolphin was recently featured in the award-winning documentary, A River Below. The evening will be hosted by BBC presenter, Kate Humble, and will include…

Thu 30 Nov

£30 (Children £20) / 020 7591 3000

  • 18:00

Gordon Buchanan: Animal Families and Me

Wildlife presenter and cameraman Gordon Buchanan, best known for his hugely popular BBC series Animal Family and Me, talks about some of his most challenging expeditions.

Sun 15 Oct

£22.50 (£18.50) / 020 7591 3000

  • 19:00

The Man Who Climbs Trees: James Aldred in Conversation with Helen Macdonald

James Aldred is an EMMY award winning cameraman, adventurer and professional tree climber who has made a career out of travelling the world, filming wildlife for the BBC and climbing trees. It's a career choice that has inevitably presented a few dangers along the way, including being chased by gorillas, stung by African…

Tue 24 Oct

£17.50–£27.50 / 020 7591 3000

  • 19:30 – 20:30

Oman's Whales, Dolphins and Turtles

An illustrated conservation lecture about the unique marine wildlife along the coast of Oman by leading naturalists from Oman at the Royal Geographical Society, London. Aida Al Jabri from the Oman Ministry of Environment, Suaad Al Harthi from the Environment Society of Oman and Whale expert Rob Baldwin describe new marine…

Wed 18 Oct

Free-£12 / 020 7591 3000

  • 19:00 – 20:30

Simon Reeve - Steppes Beyond Festival

IN CONVERSATION WITH SIMON REEVE Join Simon, a man who has circumnavigated the globe three times - in conversation with Steppes Travel's Managing Director Justin Wateridge to learn more about his travels and his exceptional experiences around the world. Simon has travelled to more than 120 countries making multiple…

Sun 1 Oct

£16 / 020 7591 3000

  • 16:30 – 17:30

Sir Ranulph Fiennes - Steppes Beyond Festival

TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH (TALK & FILM) THE INCREDIBLE STORY OF THE TRANSGLOBE EXPEDITION 1979 - 1982 Join Sir Ranulph, the world's greatest living explorer, to hear about one of his greatest journeys and watch the film documenting the story of the astonishing achievement. In 1972 Sir Ranulph's wife, Ginny, conceived…

Sun 1 Oct

£16 / 020 7591 3000

  • 18:30 – 19:30

Steppes Beyond Festival

Steppes Travel Second Annual 'Beyond' Festival Royal Geographical Society, London, Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October 2017 Steppes Travel intensifies its battle against plastic pollution at the 'Beyond' Festival, with a lineup of some of the world's most influential conservationists. Following the success of…

Sat 30 Sep

£2.50 / 020 7591 3000

  • 10:30 – 18:30

Steve Backshaw - Steppes Beyond Festival

EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIENCES Join Steve as he delves into some of the extraordinary experiences that he has encountered during his filming around the world and in particular his love of sharks as he tries to dispel the scary reputation of one of the world's most feared creatures. Steve Backshall is a popular and much-loved…

Sun 1 Oct

£16 / 020 7591 3000

  • 14:30 – 15:30

Tamed: With Professor Alice Roberts

Alice Roberts delves into archaeology, history and genetics to reveal the amazing stories of the species that became our allies. From dogs, cattle and horses to wheat, potatoes and apples, find out how taming all these species has left its mark on them – and us.

Wed 8 Nov

020 7591 3000

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