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Event recordings

During the coronavirus pandemic the Highgate Society ran a weekly programme of events delivered online. Recordings of many of these events are now available to view, together with recordings of some hybrid events held since live events restarted. To access a video click on the relevant title below. For a description of the event go to the Past Events page of this web site.

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Highgate New Town – The Place and its People – 17th April 2024

Travellers’ tales: Why visit Jordan? – 21st February 2024

Citizen of London: The story of Richard Whittington – 17th January 2024

Highgate Cemetery: Facing the future – 8th November 2023

Isokon and the Bauhaus in Britain – 11th October 2023

Seats of London – 20th September 2023

Firing London’s imagination: The Highgate Roman Kiln Project – 5th July 2023

Sathnam Sanghera in conversation – 31st May 2023

A perspective on sub-Saharan Africa – 29th March 2023

The newly completed England coast path – 8th February 2023

The Harington Scheme – past, present and future – 16th November 2022

Might drivers walk and  cycle? – 12th October 2022

Camelbacks and shotguns – 12th September 2022

Embodied Carbon talk with Elspeth Clements and Dermot Barnes – 25th May 2022

The Reunion: Early days of Jacksons Lane

Kentish Town City Farm: past, present and future

Presenting the Highgate Society Planning Group

Food Bank Aid

Heinz Henghes – Art and Internment in WWII

Painting the Ancient Land of Australia

The future of social enterprise in Uganda

John Drinkwater’s life in Highgate

Let’s do it

Marie Curie Hampstead Hospice

Hampstead Garden Opera

Around the World in Less Than Forty Days

The Lure and the Lore of the Limerick

Making a Christmas Wreath

Jacksons Lane in Time of Covid

Theatre in the Time of Covid (a few minutes at the start of this talk are missing)

J’ai Deux Amours

The Idea of the Modern Home

Harvest of the Cold Months

Beyond Black and White

Travellers’ Tales: Mongolia

The Shell Collector

Eating Winter with a Spoon

Mutual Aid in Highgate

Travellers’ Tales: Vietnam

The Poets of Highgate Village

Travellers’ Tales: Cuba

The History of Gin (a few minutes at the start of this talk are missing)

Travellers’ Tales: Japan (a few minutes at the start of this talk are missing)

Slavery, the American Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement