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Rebecca Giggs speaks with James Bradley about whales, the environment and her new book Fathoms: the World in the Whale.

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Friday 11 September 2020, 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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Watch the event with us in real-time on YouTube or Facebook live and post your questions to Rebecca via the chat function.

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FREE

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How do whales experience environmental change? Has our connection to these fabled animals been transformed by technology? What future awaits us, and them? And what does it mean to write about nature in the midst of an ecological crisis? Rebecca Giggs in conversation with James Bradley.

Watch the event with us in real-time on YouTube or Facebook live and post your questions to Rebecca via the chat function. This event will not be available for replay beyond the following day.

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