And Did Those Feet has extensive experience of working in the heritage field. It has run several small museums, provided consultancy for many museums and leading heritage organisations. and managed many event programmes, lectures, walks, cultural study tours, and conferences.
Kevin Flude lectures at:
Central St Martins College on the M.A. For Narrative Environments course
He is currently running a project in conjunction with the British Museum on Room 3 and the Tokyo Olympics.
University of Westminster on the ‘Londinium to the Blitz’ module.
He is delivering a 10 week course on the History of Museums to Stevenage Art Society.
He is a former Honorary Lecturer at UCL and Associate Lecturer at the University of Worcester on the Museums module.
I will begin physical walks again on once it is allowed and safe.
My next study tour for Road Scholar is …. Well who knows, (hopefully Sept 2021) but ?
Physical Walks for London Walks
When they begin again I should be doing one every Thursday (from 7th Jan 2021) – an archaeology walk at 2.30 and a history and literature one in the evening at 6.30. I am sharing them with a colleague so I will be doing every other week.
Virtual Walks for London Walks
My new series of Virtual Walks begins on January 14th with a literary look at Roman London. More details of the programme click here:
Road Scholar Programmes
Once upon a safe time in the summer I gave a programme called ‘London’s Neighbourhoods‘ which is a great short tour of London with a day in the East End taking in the Street Art, a Day in the City, Greenwich and Bermondsey.
Also, I led one called ‘Quintessential Britain’ which takes in London, Oxford, Bath, Stonehenge, Cotswold, Chester, Wales, Haworth, York, Edinburgh and other places en route.
A complete list of my repertory of walks. lectures, study tours can be found here:
I do various walks from time to time, nearly all for London Walks. (A list of all the walks. lectures, study tours I have given can be found here):
My first virtual walks took place every Sunday at 2pm in August 2020 and was:
Myths, Legends and the Archaeological Origins of London in August 2020
and I have since done:
Sunday 25th October 2020 The Archaeology and Culture of Roman London Virtual Walk. For more details click here.
Sunday 1st November 2020 The Decline and Fall of Dark Age London Archaeology Virtual Walk. For more details click here.
Sunday 8th November 2020 The Rebirth of Saxon London Archaeology Virtual Walk For more details click here.
Sunday 22nd November 2020 Flower of Cities All – Medieval London History & Archaeology Virtual Walk For more details click here.
Sunday 29th November 2020. The London of Thomas More and Thomas Cromwell Virtual Walk For more details click here.
Sunday 6th December 2020 The Financial City from Slavery to Hedge Fund Virtual Walk For more details click here.
Sunday 13 th December 2020 Myths, Legends and the Origins of London Archaeology Virtual Walk . For more details of this walk click here.
Cath Noakes, an expert on ventilation and Covid talking on Life Scientific today on BBc Radio 4 (https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000rcnl) reported on experiments using a Nightingale Ward design and found it was likely to cut down the spread of infection by 4 times.This was by 1. use of high ceilings 2. Big Windows that could open top …
This short video shows you all you need to know to light a fire in Tudor times. All you need is a piece of flight, a piece of steel, some tinder and kindling. Watching the demo I can’t help feeling that some damage must have been done to the fingers if you were not skilled …