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Sunday 18th March 2018
3.00pm - 6.00pm
St Catherine's School, Bramley GU5 0DF

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Edward Fox in conversation

´╗┐´╗┐Legendary film star Edward Fox OBE
(The Day of the Jackal, Edward & Mrs Simpson, Gandhi) shares his favourite music in discussion with BBC Radio 3 presenter Sarah Walker

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Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker

Sarah Walker is one of the most recognizable voices on BBC Radio 3. Programmes Sarah has presented include Sunday Morning, Essential Classics, Midnight Oil, Hear and Now, The Music Machine, Afternoon on 3, Radio 3 in Concert, Radio 3 Breakfast, Classical Collection, Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts, CD Review, Building a Library, BBC Young Musician, The BBC Proms, The Essay, The Sunday Feature, Composers of Tomorrow, River of Music and In Tune. 
Sarah has interviewed leading composers and performers, and her celebrity guests on Essential Classics have included Fiona Shaw, Sam Neill, Pam Ferris, Germaine Greer, John Lithgow, Robert Winstone, Tony Visconti, Andrew Marr, Joan Bakewell, Erica Jong, Maureen Lipman, Jon Snow, Victoria Wood, Hugh Sykes, John Humphrys, Andrew Neill, Sian Phillips, Branford Marsalis, Jenny Agutter and Guy Garvey.
Sarah gained a PhD for her research into English Experimental Music. Alongside her broadcasting commitments, she is active as a pianist in the world of jazz and contemporary music, is also a jazz singer, and has written several volumes of original keyboard music for young players, published by Faber Music Ltd.. She is also an accomplished artist specializing in digital painting.

Edward Fox OBE

Edward Fox OBE was born on April 13, 1937 in Chelsea, London, England as Edward Charles Morrice Fox. He is an actor and producer, known for Gandhi (1982), The Day of the Jackal(1973) and Never Say Never Again (1983). He has been married to Joanna David since 2004.
He served in the Coldstream Guards.
Graduated from RADA. An Associate Member of RADA.
He was awarded the O.B.E. (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2003 Queen's New Year's Honours List for his services to drama.
Performed with the Dundee Repertory company in the early 1960s with the likes of Michael CulverGlenda Jackson and Nicol Williamson.
He played King Edward VIII (the Duke of Windsor) in Edward & Mrs. Simpson (1978)
He appeared in three films directed by Richard AttenboroughOh! What a Lovely War(1969), A Bridge Too Far (1977) and Gandhi (1982).
He appeared in five films with Laurence OlivierOh! What a Lovely War (1969), Battle of Britain (1969), A Bridge Too Far (1977), The Bounty (1984) and Wild Geese II (1985).