Wed, 22 February 2017
Natalie Haynes loves her Greek on the attic side of difficulty, she asks the audience of the British Museum 'when did man first aspire to set foot on the moon?' And exactly what did he expected to find there? Meet the Douglas Adams of the first century... and you may actually already know one of his most famous works. That is, if you know your Disney. If you like your Sci Fi adventures old school style, you're going to love Lucian.
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Lucian - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lucian
Natalie Haynes is a writer and broadcaster. She writes for the Guardian, and the Independent. Her first novel, The Amber Fury, is soon to be followed up (on May 4th 2017) by her latest novel, exploring the female characters surrounding oedipus. www.nataliehaynes.com
Iszi Lawrence is a comedian and podcasterer and contributer to BBC's Making History and presenter of The British Museum Membercast. www.iszi.com @iszi_lawrence
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