Monday 9th March
South Lawn Hotel, Lymington Road, Milford on Sea, SO41 0RF
Kathy McNally graduated in Modern History at Strathclyde University and for most of her professional life was involved in research, books and publishing.
While living in Scotland she was Publishers' Reader for new authors of children's books. She was also a freelance researcher and broadcaster for BBC Radio Scotland.
Kathy now travels widely as a Guest Speaker on P&O cruises, giving talks about spying and espionage. She is also a volunteer tour guide at the Russell Cotes Art Gallery & Museum.
Today's talk is titled "Spying: The Great Game". MI6 in London is the only building in the capital where the Union Flag flies day and night. Why? Because spies never sleep.
Kathy's talk will explain more about the facts and fiction of the never-ending spy game and the lives of some of the players.