In 2017, Joe Bunyan left a career in consulting to pursue his goal of becoming a film director. His debut documentary feature, Gitonga, received critical and public acclaim. Through his work, Joe explores the beauty and complexities of people, perspectives and the world itself. His journey has taken him across the world and to all corners of the UK, and he has met countless unsung heroes. He shares stories of the incredible people he has encountered, the lessons he has learned, and how he has applied his experiences across a variety of sectors: film, sport, government projects, and education.
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Join Kate Rawles as she reflects on her most recent adventure cycling the length of South America as part of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society's Inspiring People talk series!READ MORE
If you enjoy listening, discussing, and debating, and want to learn more about disciplines old and new, then join The Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow at one of their regular lectures!READ MORE
A lecture about spiritual healing and help through the teaching of Bruno Groening is taking place in Glasgow.READ MORE
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