Bletchley Park: Fact and Fiction

DateThursday 12 March 2020

Time17:30-18:30

LocationThe Hub

CostFree

A panel discussion exploring how the wartime codebreakers and their work at Bletchley Park has been depicted in documentaries and fictional accounts, and asking if and where we should draw a line in creating fact-based dramas.

Panellists include: Sir Dermot Turing (author and nephew of Enigma codebreaker Alan Turing); writer, producer, director, and head of drama at Ten66 Television, Jamie Nuttgens; and novelist, journalist, and educational campaigner, Melissa Benn.

Refreshments from 17:00 in the College Hub, discussion starts at 17:30.

This event is free and open to the public.

Bletchley Park Week:

This event is part of our annual Bletchley Park Week programme of events celebrating a partnership between Oxford and Bletchley Park. This year’s event is entitled Fact and Fiction: Telling the story of Bletchley Park.

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Please note:

This event will be photographed and filmed. If you do not wish to appear in the photographs/footage, please let the photographer/videographer know. Should you have any further queries, please contact communications@kellogg.ox.ac.uk

Open to: All members of Kellogg College, The public,