Terry Waite talks about his life and views with Dr Graeme Roberts on Remembrance Sunday.
The name of this event is "Survival in Solitude" referring back to Terry Waite's 1,763 days in captivity in Lebanon. There is no doubt that his experience of life as a hostage will comprise some of the evening's discussion with interviewer Dr Graeme Roberts. Thereafter, we will learn how life has evolved since his release in 1991, covering his charitable work, his political views, his ecclesiastical opinions and his life as a speaker and author.
There will be a drinks reception following the event. The event is free but please do register your place before you attend. BOOK ONLINE HERE
This public talk forms part of Remembrance Sunday. There will be a Sunday Service at King's College Chapel earlier in the day.
Hosted by: University Chaplaincy Service
Venue: Kings College Centre Auditorium, University of Aberdeen