Online Interview with Lucy Worsley

Online Event, Nottingham

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Lucy Worsley grew up in West Bridgford and was possibly history's most assiduous volunteer ever at West Bridgford Library, where she spent all her childhood Saturdays.  She went on to study history, researching a PhD thesis about Nottingham Castle and Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire, before making her career in London working in heritage and history television. John Hess, former BBC political editor for the East Midlands will be our interviewer. 

Please do  join us live online because this event will not be recorded.

The live subtitles for this event will be provided by Stagetext.

Photograph of historian and author Lucy Worsley

Photograph by Sophia Spring, copyright Hodder and Stoughton 2016

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Points to note about the booking.

  • Participants are required to book in advance.  
  • The talk will take place via Zoom in a webinar format. Your personal link to join will be sent out one day in advance of the event by email to the address given on your booking. This will be generated via Eventbrite and, depending on your email settings, may sometimes be found in a junk mail folder.
  • Microphones will be muted and audience questions will be selected via the Q&A function.
  • This will be a unique, live event and will not be recorded.

Online Platform

Zoom ( is the online platform we will be using to run this session.

  • You do not need to have a Zoom account -  a webinar link will be emailed to the email address you provide when booking.

The recommended equipment needed for online sessions is

  • A PC/Laptop, iPad/tablet or ‘phone that can run Zoom (an app may need to be downloaded if using an iPad/tablet or ‘phone) with a webcam and microphone
  • Good power supply
  • Minimum 2 mbps broadband speed