Churchill’s BombBlenheim Palace, UK
Graham will be asking Was Winston Churchill a Nuclear Visionary? at the celebrations of Churchill’s life at his birthplace, as part of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust’s Fellows’ Day programme.Niels Bohr Archive, Copenhagen
Graham will be talking to about Churchill, his scientists and the Bomb in an event organised in collaboration with the Niels Bohr Academy.Wells and the Bomb
On Wednesday, presenter Samira Ahmed began recording the forthcoming radio programme Mr Wells and the H-bomb, to be broadcast on Radio 3 in the summer.
At the Cambridge Science Festival, Graham will be in the ‘Meet the Author’ panel, organised by the Cambridge Society for the Application of Research (CSAR). Details will be available here.Remodelled Dirac Science Library opened at FSU
Last Thursday evening, the remodelled Dirac Science Library at Florida State University was formally opened, with Graham as guest speaker at the ceremony. The Library, first opened in 1989 by Dirac’s wife Manci, now has 250 additional seats and a host of new facilities, including large wireless displays for collaborative work, a high-quality recording studio, nineteen study rooms and a spacious new Starbucks.
Graham with Julia Zimmerman, Dean of University Libraries at FSU (right) and Katie McCormick, Associate Dean for Special Collections and Archives (left)
The spy Klaus Fuchs is features strongly in Alexander Larman’s review of Graham’s latest book in this week’s Observer feature ‘Paperback of the week’.Florida State University
Graham will give a talk on ‘Winston Churchill – the first politician to be a nuclear visionary?’ at the University’s Museum of Fine Arts. Details to follow here.Churchill’s Bomb twice named as one of the best books of 2014
Sir Lawrence Freedman, Professor of War Studies, Kings College London, has selected Graham’s latest book as one of the best three books on military, scientific and technological themes in 2014.
During his visit to Saginaw Valley State University, Michigan, Graham will be giving a talk on Paul Dirac and the Religion of Mathematical Beauty, 22 October, 4pm. The following day, he will be giving the O’Neill memorial lecture, Winston Churchill – Writer, Global Political Figure, Nuclear Visionary, at 7pm. Details can be found here.Remembering the Clement Attlee of nuclear science
Graham will be speaking at an international gathering on 18 and 19 September to celebrate the life and legacy of Sir John Cockcroft.