An audience with Dr Suzannah Lipscomb at Trinity Park
- Credit: Archant
TV historian to speak at Ipswich Building Society meeting
Television historian Dr Suzannah Lipscomb is the guest speaker on March 23, when Ipswich Building Society invites its members along for its annual general meeting.
An Audience with Dr Suzannah Lipscomb is at Trinity Park, on Wednesday March 23.
The free event starts with refreshments at 6pm followed, at 6.30pm with the formal business of the annual general meeting, voting on motions and any questions for the board of directors.
After this Dr Suzannah will speak about the importance of history, in our world today.
The historian, broadcaster and author recently presented BBC4s Hidden Killer documentaries, to great acclaim.
Her other TV work includes the Channel 5 series Witch Hunt; A Century of Murder and Henry & Anne; The Lovers Who Changed History.
- 1 Thousands of cigarettes seized after HMRC officers raid Ipswich stores
- 2 Gambling addict stole £25k from elderly woman she befriended
- 3 New store opens in California fulfilling owner's dream
- 4 Snow possible overnight as 50mph gusts set to arrive in Suffolk
- 5 Man taken to hospital after being stabbed in chest and arms
- 6 'I can’t explain how much it hurt' - mum who lost two children leads bereavement service
- 7 'Definitely worth it' - Late night shoppers turn out in Ipswich
- 8 8 things to do with friends and family in Suffolk this weekend
- 9 Kesgrave GP bookings start online after making appointments proves hard
- 10 County lines dealer jailed for six years for drug offences in Ipswich
She also writes a column in History Today, has published several books and regularly appears on radio.
Ipswich Building Society members are being invited to take along a non-member as a guest for the special evening.
Members are expected to contact their local branch or email, or go to the website to register for places.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register.,