Tickets £10 No scientist is more important or more interesting than Charles Darwin. In the 200th anniversary of his birth and the 150th year since The Origin of Species, we celebrate the significance of the theory of evolution with geneticist and leading science writer Steve Jones, and Darwin the man and Victorian paterfamilias with poet Ruth Padel, his great, great, grand-daughter. Steve Jones' Darwin's Island shows that his discoveries owed as much to the British countryside as to the Galapagos. Ruth Padel's Darwin:A Life in Poems imagines the conflicting emotions of the private man and the eminent scientist. Open University Professor James Moore is Darwin's co-biographer and the co-author of the recent Darwin's Sacred Cause. (DeadGoodBooks)
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