The changing seasons have shaped all our lives, but what happens when the weather changes beyond recognition? Yorkshire-based journalist and author Joe Shute has discovered a curious thing: the British seasons are changing far faster and far more profoundly than we realise. Daffodils in December, frogspawn in November and summers so hot wildfires rampage across the northern moors.
Forecast bridges the void between our cultural expectations of the seasons and what they are actually doing, and follows the march of the seasons up and down the country to document how their changing patterns affect the natural world and all of our lives.
Interview by Lauren Livesey who is based in West Yorkshire, and, until recently, ran the events programme at the Brontë Parsonage Museum through their period of bicentenary celebrations.
- Date: Saturday 9th October
- Time: 12:30 pm
- VenueLive-Streamed Event
- Price£10.00/£5.00 concessions
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