Monty Halls a Plymouth University

  • Plymouth University, Plymouth University, The Roland Levinsky Building, Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AA
    Plymouth University
    Plymouth University The Roland Levinsky Building Drake Circus Plymouth, PL4 8AA UNITED KINGDOM
  • 01/12/2017 19:00 - 01/12/2017 21:30

£10.00

In this exclusive talk Monty Halls, author of 'Escaping Hitler', reveals the story behind the filming of Channel 4’s hit series 'WWII’s Great Escapes - The Freedom Trails.’ Monty and the film crew trekked through some of the most dramatic terrain in Europe, following in the footsteps of servicemen and women attempting to escape Nazi occupation. The escapees were helped along the way they were helped by local people - at huge risk to themselves - and the series also met and interviewed the civilians, partisans and resistance fighters who made the trails a reality. After the talk Monty will also be signing books of the series 'Escaping Hitler', which will be available to purchase on the evening.

About Monty Halls

Monty Halls is an ex Royal Marine, marine biologist, documentary broadcaster, expedition leader and writer. He is best known for his Great Escapes series on BBC2 but has presented series for Channel 4, Channel 5, the History Channel and National Geographic. He is also a speaker and corporate trainer in the area of leadership and team building. He has written several books including The Fisherman's Apprentice and the Monty Halls' Great Escape series, and is a regular contributor to magazines and newspapers.