THE MUSEUM of COMMUNICATION
131 High Street, Burntisland KY3 9AA
Tuesday, 19th June at 7.30 pm
‘The Changing Face of Antarctic Communications’
Just a reminder that our next Goudie Lecture will take place shortly…..
Mike Gloistein will trace the development of communications from Morse Code to the World Wide Web in his Talk on the 19th June.
Mike joined the British Antarctic Survey as a Radio Officer in 1990 and has been ‘South’ every year since then.
He was awarded the Polar Medal by Her Majesty the Queen in 2004 and with the advent of modern communications, now has the additional responsibility of maintaining all the washing machines on board the Royal Research Ship James Clark Ross!!
We looking forward to meeting Mike and hope you will be able to join us for what is sure to be yet another memorable evening.
The Lectures are becoming increasingly popular, seats are limited and an early reply is advisable!
Please e-mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01506 823 424 to indicate whether or not you wish to attend.
With best wishes,
Dorothy Brankin, Event Organiser
(for Prof. J T M Stevenson, Chairman,
Museum of Communication Foundation Trust)