BBC radio producer Tim Dee explores the idea of spring. Following the seasonal migration paths of birds as they travel from African winters in the desert, north to the Arctic, he finds inspiration in their travels to create his own paths through the wilds of England, from Cornwall to Shetland. Is it possible to keep in step with a season? Host Callum Beesley.
Tim Dee is the author of 'Landfill', 'Four Fields and The Running Sky', and is the co-editor (with Simon Armitage) of 'The Poetry of Birds'. He has worked as a BBC radio producer for 25 years.
Sunday 23 February 2020, 11am-12noon, Alexander Centre Main Room. £5
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