Examples of Previous Presentations

University of Glamorgan
Schedule of Visit of Russian Cosmonauts, 9-12 March 1999

Tuesday 9 March

4.00pm
Arrival in Cardiff; transfer to 5 Llantwit Road
5.00pm
Red Dragon Radio, Canal Wharf, Cardiff (main reception, ask for Tara Eugene)
8.00pm
Yr Ystafell Gymraeg, Cardiff

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Wednesday 10 March

8.30am
Breakfast at Bygones
9.00am
Meeting with Professors John Porter and John Dixon, Deputy Vice-Chancellors of the University
9.30am
Photographs with local press
10.00am
Transfer to G219 (lecture preparation)
10.30am
Lecture to Sports Science undergrads (200 attendees)
12.00am
Lunch in B12 (Professor John Porter (Deputy Vice-Chancellor), Mark Brake and Martin Griffiths, Professor Bruce Davies and Dr Damien Bailey (Sports Scientists), and Mark Stroud (Interpreter))
1.30pm
Transfer to G219 (lecture preparation)
2.00pm
Lecture to all undergrads & University staff (200 attendees)
3.30pm
L108: Interview with Fusion (University's new radio station)
4.00pm
Siesta at 5 Llantwit Road
6.30pm
Transfer to G219 (lecture preparation)
7.00pm
Lecture to general public and astronomy associate students (200 attendees)
9.30pm
St David's Hotel & Restaurant, Cardiff Bay

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Thursday 11 March

8.30am
Breakfast at Bygones
9.00am
Transfer to Glamorgan Business Centre (lecture preparation)
10.00am
Lecture to schools; British Tetecom/EDU Mesus Internet project pupils (age range 12 - 15 years old; 225 attendees). Press and television in attendance
12.00am
Buffet lunch in Glamorgan Business Centre (sponsors and University staff)
1.30am
Lecture to schools; Tesco SchoolNet2000 millennium project pupils (age range 12 - 16 years old; 225 attendees)
3.30am
Lecture to Compact school pupils plus some undergrads and staff (age range 16-18 years old; 225 attendees)
7.30am
Gilby's Restaurant, Culverhouse Cross, Cardiff

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Friday 12 March

7.30am
Transfer to Cardiff railway station
8.25am
Transfer to Cambridge University


Lecture Tour
13th March - 19th March 1999,
Wulfrun College, Wolverhampton
Provisional Outline


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Saturday 13 March

7.21pm
Arrival in Wolverhampton Saturday evening. Book into the Westwood Hotel - two minutes drive from College.

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Sunday 14 March

12.30pm
Glyn Davies to collect from Westwood Hotel and drive to RAF Cosford.
1.00pm
Lunch at RAF Cosford
2.00pm
Tour of base.
4.00 - 5.30pm
Presentation to general public
History of space exploration and life on Mir
Evening
Dinner with Beverly Christie.

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Monday 15 March

9.30am
Presentation at Manor High School, Wednesbury. The History of Space Exploration & Life on Mir. Pupils 10-12 years.
A late breakfast is offered at the school after the presentation if wanted.
12.15am
Lunch at the Plough & Harrow - Hill Top. Joined by Professor Mike Holmes and Dorothy Lucas from the University of Central Lancashire.
1.40pm
Presentation at Kingsmead School, Hednesford. The History of Space Exploration & Life on Mir. Pupils 9-12 years
4.30pm
Interview with local radio at the college
Evening
Presentation in Birmingham to a group of General Practitioners organised by Pharmaceutical Company - Servier
7.00pm
Arrive at the Plough & Harrow - Birmingham
8.00pm
Buffet meal
8.30pm
Presentation - Life on Mir & Medical Implications of Space Travel

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Tuesday 16 March

9.00 - 12.15pm
Two presentations at Summerhill School, Kingswinford
9.15 -10.40am
Pupils 13-14 years
10.55 - 12.15pm
Pupils 9 -13 years
1.30 - 2.00pm
Presentation to local business people organised by Wulfrun and the Chamber of Commerce at RAF Cosford, followed by lunch.
A short presentation - approximately half an hour please. Theme - Involving young people in the future of Science Technology - Space Olympics
4.00pm
Meeting with Tony Panaro - The Business.
7.00-8.30pm
Presentation to Cadets and Secondary Schools at RAF Cosford

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Wednesday 17 March

ALL DAY SCIENCE DAY AT WULFRUN COLLEGE

9.45 - 11.00am
First Presentation. Audience will be 10-11 years old
11.15 - 12.30pm
Second Presentation
1.15-2.30pm
Third Presentation
2.30pm
Meeting with visiting Russian students. Interview with BBC Radio 5 Live
7.30-9.00pm
Presentation to the general public
Follow on from Sunday at Cosford and last year at Wulfrun - "Life on Mir and The Future of Space Exploration"

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Thursday 18 March

ALL DAY AT SANDWELL COLLEGE FEEDER SCHOOLS (WITH SARAH ASTBURY)

Times to be confirmed Two Presentations

Times 10.00-11.30am; 1.50- 3.20pm

Evening
The Grand Theatre.

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Friday 19 March

ROWLEY REGIS COLLEGE

Times to be confirmed Two Presentations

10.00 - 11.30am
College students
1.30 - 3.00pm
Feeder Schools