TEDxTorquay will take place at Torquay Museum on Saturday 17 November 2018. The inaugural event will include live presentations on the theme of ‘Wisdom and Innovation’ by 9 dynamic speakers, each with a unique and personal connection to the English Riviera. There will also be screenings of filmed talks from the extensive online TED catalogue.
Andrew Cooper, Chair of Torbay Museums Trust will host the event which has been curated by a dedicated team of local people working in a voluntary capacity. The event is open to an audience of up to 100 people and the event is operated under a licence from TED. To find out more about TED events visit: www.ted.com/tedx
About Andrew Cooper
Andrew is one of Britain’s most distinguished and influential documentary television producers. As a broadcaster, presenter, writer and international award winning wildlife filmmaker, he is a familiar face on BBC TV through his documentaries and live reports on wildlife and the environment. As a television producer with the prestigious BBC Natural History Unit he travelled widely over thirty five years, visiting more than 60 different countries from Cape Horn to the High Arctic and the Himalayas to Hawaii. He is also the author of several bestselling BBC books and his wildlife documentaries rank among the most popular in Britain.
Early Bird tickets are now available at https://tedxtorquay.co.uk/tickets/ and further details regarding the full programme with the lineup of speakers will be released by 30th September.
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