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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Final Roundtable: Into the Hills Diane Purkiss, University of Oxford, chairs the final roundtable discussion of the conference. Diane Purkiss 05 Aug 2021
2 Tangible and intangible heritage: exploring magic, folklore, and the supernatural in the places, spaces and collections of the National Trust Sally Anne Huxtable (National Trust), gives the first presentation in the sixth panel of the conference, Show and Tell: What is Real? Chaired by Oliver Cox. Sally Anne Huxtable 05 Aug 2021
3 Episode 4. The Birmingham Oratory: Elgar and Newman Fr Guy Nicholls joins Dr Joanna Bullivant at The Oratory in Birmingham to discuss the origins of Elgar’s work in Cardinal Newman’s own poetry, charitable work, and love of music. Joanna Bullivant, Guy Nicholls 05 Aug 2021
4 Panel 3 – The Land Remembers: Place as Keeper of Story questions Questions and answers from the second panel of the seminar. Moderated by Alice Purkiss (National Trust Partnership and University of Oxford). Alice Purkiss, Jenny Butler, Andrew Sneddon, Diane Purkiss 04 Aug 2021
5 Well, what about witches and wizards? Lisa Tallis (Cardiff) gives the second talk in the second panel - Tales in Place: Change and Continuity - of the conference. Chaired by Alice Purkiss. Lisa Tallis 03 Aug 2021
6 Magic and Medicine in Early Roman Britain Nicky Garland (Durham), gives the first talk in the second panel, Tales in Place: Change and Continuity, in the conference. Chaired by Alice Purkiss. Nicky Garland 03 Aug 2021
7 Panel 1 - Who Owns this Place? Pondering Identities Questions Questions and answers from the first panel of the seminar. Moderated by Alice Purkiss (National Trust Partnership and University of Oxford). Alice Purkiss 26 Jul 2021
8 In The Footsteps Of Marie-Antoinette - Episode 2 Catriona Seth, visits Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire, built in the 19th century by Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild, a great collector of 18th century decorative arts, especially objects associated with Marie-Antoinette. Catriona Seth, Pippa Shirley, Rachel Jacobs, Mia Jackson 15 Jan 2021
9 Post-Conflict Landscapes 22 Nov 2019 Buildings and Collections panel Sarah Kay (National Trust), 'Conflict and Conscience project' and Professor Lynda Mugglestone (Oxford), 'Langscapes of War'. Sarah Kay, Lynda Mugglestone 11 Dec 2019
10 Post-Conflict Landscapes 22 Nov 2019 Seascapes panel Professor Kathryn Sutherland (Oxford), Writing after Waterloo: Jane Austen’s Late Fiction and Jonathan Wallis and Kiki Claxton (National Trust), 'Easington Colliery: Conflict in the Landscape'. Kathryn Sutherland, Jonathan Wallis, Kiki Claxton 11 Dec 2019
11 Post-Conflict Landscapes 22 Nov 2019 Landscapes panel Professor Christiana Payne (Oxford Brookes), 'Artists and Trees in the Post-Conflict Landscape' and Ian Barnes (Head of Archaeology, National Trust), 'The Long-Term Impact of Conflict on the UK Landscape'. Christiana Payne, Ian Barnes 11 Dec 2019
12 Knowledge Exchange Showcase - Understanding Visitor Engagement of Free Heritage Sites Using Social Media Kathryn Eccles (Oxford Internet Institute), gives a talk on her Knowledge Exchange research project on using social media data to understand visitor engagement at heritage sites. Kathryn Eccles 15 Jul 2019
13 Women and Power: Redressing the Balance – closing remarks by Helen Antrobus, National Public Programme Curator, National Trust The closing remarks by Helen Antrobus, National Public Programme Curator, National Trust at the Women and Power conference which took place on the 6th and 7th March 2019. Helen Antrobus 07 Mar 2019
14 The Future of Heritage Join our panel of experts as they discuss the opportunities and threats facing heritage today, and debate their own visions of a sector fit for the 21st century and beyond Helen Ghosh, Carole Souter, Sandy Nairne, Peter Mandler 27 Jul 2017
15 Creative Commons Working with Hughenden Manor: Solving the Statesman’s Rooms Oliver Cox (D.Phil, Oxford) and Rob Bandy (manager, Hughenden Manor) discuss the exciting partnership between Oxford University researchers and National Trust properties throughout the country. Oliver Cox, Rob Bandy 08 Jul 2015