Chris Wright from Madeley & District U3A in Staffordshire explains how his interest in quizzes and Murder Mysteries has led to developing free U3A resources
Michael A’Bear the Publicity and recruitment officer for Farnham U3A talks about how research and learning led to help raise the U3A’s profile and number of its members.
Mike Trevethick from Thanet U3A talks about how the Victorian’s paved the way to modern medical treatments.
A behind the scenes look at two of recent regional summer schools, in Scotland and London.
Brian Thompson, Chairman of Hertford & District U3A and member of one of their Wine Appreciation Groups, looks at the joy of sparkling wine grown closer to home.
The U3A residential learning programme, summer schools, is 20 years old this year. Three U3A members who have been involved since the beginning take a look at how it has developed.
Maggy Simms, Bolton & Bury U3A, talks about one of the projects which are part of Cottonopolis
U3A volunteers have been involved with a shared project and exhibition at the Royal Philatelic Society in London.
Plans are being developed to start a U3A on the picturesque Greek Island of Zakynthos, after four U3A members went there on holiday.
Sue Coles from South East London U3A talks about forming a new U3A working group
Peter Matthews of Charnwood U3A explains the joy of Sequence Dancing.
John Grisbrooke, the U3A national adviser on the subject of wine, looks in-depth at the wine-producing country of Chile