FREE - House History Masterclass With Dr Nick Barratt

03-03-2012 (13:30 - 16:00)

Details

Lottery FundHave you always wanted to find out more about your house?

Interested in historical research?

Come along to this free afternoon and find out how to research the history of your house with Dr Nick Barratt.

About Dr Nick Barratt

Dr Nick Barratt is a broadcaster, historian and author who runs Sticks Research Agency and is best known for his work on family history through programmes such as Who Do You Think You Are and Find My Past. However, he has published and lectured on house and property history, including 'Tracing The History of your House', and is a teaching fellow at the University of Dundee on this topic. Other areas of work include education consultancy and ancestral tourism.

As well as working as a presenter, Nick is a prolific reviewer & commentator on all aspects of history, notably family history. He has worked with a variety of companies, celebrities and TV presenters often compiling their family history. From Richard Bacon to Richard Hammond, Victoria Beckham to Catherine Zeta jones, Nick’s research has been used for all features of publicity. 

TV and radio work

Who do you think you are (BBC)
Who do you think you are – Australia (SBS)
Face of Britain (Channel 4)
Not Forgotten (Channel 4)
History Mysteries (BBC 2)
Hidden House Histories (History Channel)
So you think you are Royal (Sky One)
You don’t know you are born (ITV1) 

Spokesperson for history & family history;

BBC News
This Morning
GMTV
Richard Hammond Show
Nick writes a weekly column in the daily Telegraph called The Family Detective.

When & where

Saturday March 3rd 2012, 1.30pm –4pm
Beckett Chapel, Peterborough Cathedral 

Entry

All welcome - Booking essential.
To book a place contact Alice Kershaw on:
alice.kershaw@peterborough.gov.uk or phone (01733 317480 or 01733 317417)

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