Broadcaster Miranda Krestovnikoff presents ‘A whistle-stop tour around the coast’
TV presenter Miranda Krestovnikoff is to give ‘A whistle-stop tour around the coast’ at a special public lecture in Bangor University on Wednesday, 31 January at 5.30pm in Pontio Lecture Room 5. The lecture is free and all are welcome, but tickets are required. They can be booked through the Pontio website or by calling the Box Office on 01248 382828.
Miranda, who is a biologist and diver, will take the audience around the UK coastline, starting from her home in Bristol - around the Welsh coast, across to Northern and Southern Ireland, the Western Isles and Scotland, down the east coast and back along the south coast, before returning home safe and dry. This tour takes in some of the best stories she has filmed for the BBC series “COAST” and “The One Show” and Channel Four's “Wreck Detectives”. She gives a behind-the-scenes view on how some of the items are filmed and what happens when it all goes wrong.
“We are thrilled to be co-hosting this lecture with Bangor University” said Professor David Thomas, Director of the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and Environment (NRN-LCEE). “Marine and coastal research is central to several of the research projects we fund, and so there is a highly pertinent connection for the lecture.”
This event is the Ballard Mathews public lecture, held this year in conjunction with the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and Environment (NRN-LCEE). For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Publication date: 4 January 2018