Talks

· Soldiers in Silsden. First presented to former members of the armed forces and our more senior citizens who lived through the experience. ‘Soldiers in Silsden’ provides an audio account of the war time involvement of the armed forces in the Yorkshire town of Silsden

· Chemists in the Photographic Industry. First presented at the Chemists in non-Chemical Industries one day event. A symposium organised by the Historical Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry. The theme of the meeting was to provide an awareness of chemists in occupations not considered to be the norm.

· 20th Century Nobel Prize winners of the 20th Century. First presented to the Monday club in Harrow Weald. The theme of the presentation was to look at the little known personal lives of these famous chemists. For instance which Nobel Laureate was expelled from MIT, or lost part of an arm in a shooting accident? All is revealed…...

· Indigo. Presented on many occasions to year 11 pupils at Whitmore High School as part of the 20th Century Science curriculum.

· Practical uses of photons. Presented at a year 8 form assembly as part of the ongoing general science education for pupils at Whitmore High School

· Painting with light. Presented to Whitmore High School pupils as part of their physics curriculum

· Silsden Toy Inc. First presented as an evening seminar to MSc students in business psychology at the University of Westminster.

· Change agents in large organisations. First presented as an evening seminar to MSc students in business psychology at the University of Westminster.

· Managers with a scientific background. First presented as an evening seminar to MSc students in business psychology at the University of Westminster.

· So what does a Blackbelt actually do?. First presented as an afternoon general awareness seminar to engineering MSc students at Glasgow University.

· Corporate Stability—an engineering perspective. First presented as part of a Process Control Club conference in Edinburgh

· Economic justifications for Projects. First presented as part of a Process Control Club one day conference hosted by Brunel University

· A2 Chemistry - NMR and infrared spectroscopy. First presented in January 2011 this talk was presented to A2 A level students as part of their chemistry A level course. The talk follows the Edexcel syllabus

· D-Day British Beach Groups. First presented to the Monday Club in the Blackwell Hall, this talk discusses the role of the specialist Army, Navy and Air Force personnel who were brought together for the Normandy landings. Watch out for the accompanying book!

· Top Secret—British Boffins in the First World War—presented to the National Army Museum Thursday 16th January 2014. This talk is based on the book of the same name published by Helion & Company

· Rebuilding Britain—First presented to the Monday Club in the Blackwell Hall on 9th March 2015. talk is based on the book of the same name published by Helion & Company.

· Men Amidst the Madness– First presented to the Royal Society of Chemistry  on 20th October 2015. This talk is based on the book of the same name published by Helion & Company

· Destination D-Day– First presented at the Redoubt Fortress in Eastbourne on Saturday 7th June 2014.t This talk is based on the book of the same name published by Helion & Company

· Bullets Bombs and Poison Gas– First presented to the Cheltenham and Gloucester Branch of the Western Front Association on 11th October 2016. This talk is based on the book of the same name published by Helion & Company