web
analytics
Join our mailing list below.  Don’t worry - you can unsubscribe at any time and we’ll never allow anyone else to send messages to your address.
KEEP UP TO DATE WITH HORIZON LECTURES
© Horizon Lectures 2017
Horizon Lectures is a series of public talks with the simple aim of bringing remarkable stories of adventure, exploration and discovery to our audience.  Based in the Oxfordshire area it's a chance to hear from fascinating speakers, be inspired and broaden your world.
5 East St Helen Street, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 5EG
GORDON BUCHANAN
Wildlife     presenter     and     cameraman     Gordon Buchanan   has   spent   20   years   filming   in   some   of the   most   remote   parts   of   the   world.      With   a reputation    for    taking    on    tough    assignments, he’s    behind    some    of    the    most    memorable wildlife   scenes   in   recent   years.      Join   us   as   he delves    into    his    world    of    weird,    wild    and wonderful wildlife…
12th Oct 2017 Amey Theatre, Abingdon
FIND OUT MORE FIND OUT MORE  WHO WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE?
We’re   currently   lining   up   our   next   speakers   for   the   remainder   of   2017   and   early   2018.     We   would   love   to   have   your   suggestions!      We’re   happy   to   consider   anybody   who   you think   could   entertain   and   engage   our   audience   with   a   great   talk,   just   send   us   an   email   with your ideas.
Join our mailing list below.  Don’t worry - you can unsubscribe at any time and we’ll never allow anyone else to send messages to your address.
KEEP UP TO DATE WITH HORIZON LECTURES
Horizon Lectures is a series of public talks with the simple aim of bringing remarkable stories of adventure, exploration and discovery to our audience.  Based in the Oxfordshire area it's a chance to hear from fascinating speakers, be inspired and broaden your world.
© Horizon Lectures 2017 5 East St Helen Street, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 5EG
GORDON BUCHANAN
12th Oct 2017 Amey Theatre, Abingdon
FIND OUT MORE FIND OUT MORE
Wildlife   presenter   and   cameraman Gordon    Buchanan    has    spent    20 years   filming   in   some   of   the   most remote   parts   of   the   world.      With   a reputation    for    taking    on    tough assignments,   he’s   behind   some   of the      most      memorable      wildlife scenes   in   recent   years.      Join   us   as he   delves   into   his   world   of   weird, wild and wonderful wildlife…
WHO WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE?
We’re   currently   lining   up   our   next   speakers   for   the   remainder   of   2017   and early   2018.      We   would   love   to   have   your   suggestions!      We’re   happy   to consider   anybody   who   you   think   could   entertain   and   engage   our   audience with a great talk, just send us an email  with your ideas.
Join our mailing list below.  Don’t worry - you can unsubscribe at any time and we’ll never allow anyone else to send messages to your address.
KEEP UP TO DATE WITH HORIZON LECTURES
© Horizon Lectures 2017 5 East St Helen Street, Abingdon, OX14 5EG
Horizon Lectures is a series of public talks with the simple aim of bringing remarkable stories of adventure, exploration and discovery to our audience.  Based in the Oxfordshire area it's a chance to hear from fascinating speakers, be inspired and broaden your world.
© Horizon Lectures 2017 5 East St Helen Street, Abingdon, OX14 5EG
GORDON BUCHANAN
12th Oct 2017 Amey Theatre, Abingdon
FIND OUT MORE FIND OUT MORE
Wildlife   presenter   and   cameraman   Gordon Buchanan   has   spent   20   years   filming   in some    of    the    most    remote    parts    of    the world.      With   a   reputation   for   taking   on tough   assignments,   he’s   behind   some   of the    most    memorable    wildlife    scenes    in recent   years.      Join   us   as   he   delves   into   his world     of     weird,     wild     and     wonderful wildlife…
WHO WOULD  YOU LIKE TO SEE?
We’re     currently     lining     up     our     next speakers   for   the   remainder   of   2017   and early   2018.      We   would   love   to   have   your suggestions!        We’re    happy    to    consider anybody    who    you    think    could    entertain and    engage    our    audience    with    a    great talk,    just    send    us    an    email     with    your ideas.