Lockdown Lectures: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming
Talk Broadcast: 7pm, 26 April 2021 - Followed by Live Q&A with Christopher Moran
Uncover The Secret Life of Ian Fleming, best known as the author of the James Bond novels, with Dr. Christopher Moran. Christopher Moran is a specialist in the work of British and American secret services and has worked as historical consultant to the International Spy Museum in Washington D.C. and is co-editor of the Journal of Intelligence History.
What role did Ian Fleming really play in British intelligence operations during WW2 and after? What impact did he have on US intelligence during the Cold War, and how was his fictional spy, James Bond, viewed by those conducting real spy work?
Reveal the answers to all this and more by watching the talk when it's broadcast at 7pm on 26 April 2021, and join in with the live Q&A session with Christopher Moran right after. See embeded Vimeo feed below (Google Chrome recommended for best viewing experience). An archived version of the Lecture, including highlights from the Q&A, will also be made available here shortly after the live event has ended.
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