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This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
Join Dr. Sam Benady as he talks to us on the life and times of Governor Don who was Gibraltar’s Governor for17 years and made many advancements for the betterment of the lives of the Gibraltarian civilian community. This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Falklands War and three of our podcasts look at the 65 hour conversion of the SS Uganda into a hospital ship and the work carried out at HM Dockyard. Throughout the war a young Gibraltarian Michael Sanchez decided he would keep a diary of the events. His first entry was the day of the invasion 2nd April 1982. Michael has kept the diary all these years and joins Alice Mascarenhas in the last of the Falklands War podcasts.This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Falklands War and three of our podcasts look at the 65 hour conversion of the SS Uganda into a hospital ship and the work carried out at HM Dockyard. The Dockyard workers, some 400 of them, would be directly involved in the conversion working  tirelessly around the clock to complete the task. In this second podcast dedicated to the Falklands War Alice Mascarenhas talks to Inspector of Shipwrights Sydney Cunningham and Michael Rodriguez, Technical Supervisor Alfred Sacramento, and Liner Surveyor/Draughtsman Adrian Lugnani.This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Falklands War and our next three podcasts look at the 65 hour conversion of the SS Uganda into a hospital ship and the work carried out at HM Dockyard. The S.S. Uganda sailed from no. 2 dock at 9 a.m. on Monday 19th April 1982. A special plaque paying tribute to the dockyard workers involved in the task has been organised by the Gibraltar Heritage Trust and the Friends of Gibraltar Heritage. Joining Alice Mascarenhas is Trustee Ian Balestrino. This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Falklands War and the next three of our podcasts look at the 64 hour conversion of the SS Uganda into a hospital ship and the work carried out at HM Dockyard in support of the conflict. The three episodes will launch daily from the 19th April. Make sure you subscribe to the Gibraltar Heritage Podcast so as not to miss out!This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
In the first episode of Season 2 we speak to Trust CEO Claire Montado on the recent Membership Drive which is inviting people to join the Heritage Trust by thinking about what there would be if we did not protect our heritage.For more information on the Trust or to see our calendar of events go to www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.giThis podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado.
In part 2 of this podcast episode we speak to Trustee, and ex-Artillery man, Pete Jackson on his crusade to restore Lord Airey's Battery, a 9.2" coastal gun at the top of the Rock of Gibraltar.For more information, to see our calendar of events or to become a member of the Trust go to our website www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
In this podcast episode we speak to Trustee, and ex-Artillery man, Pete Jackson on his crusade to restore Lord Airey's Battery, a 9.2" coastal gun at the top of the Rock of Gibraltar.For more information, to see our calendar of events or to become a member of the Trust go to our website www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
In part 2 of this podcast episode we learn about life in 18th Century Gibraltar with Richard Garcia. The discussion focuses on new research published in Mr Garcia's new trilogy of books 'In the Shadow of the British Fortress of Gibraltar':"Forging a Civilian Community, 1704-1749""Ordinary Life in Peace and War, 1749-1783"Volume 3 to be published later in 2021.For more information, to see our calendar of events or to become a member of the Trust go to our website www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
In this podcast we speak to NGO stakeholders on the situation with Rosia Bay, analyse the public outcry at the latest planned development for this historic site and look towards solutions for the future conservation of the Bay and its heritage.For more information, to see our calendar of events or to become a member of the Trust go to our website www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
In this podcast, Alice Mascarenhas talks to Professor Clive Finlayson, Director of the Gibraltar National Museum, about the forthcoming 25th session of the Calpe Conference, this year focusing on the Iberian Neanderthals. The conference coincides with the 95th anniversary of the discovery of the Neanderthal child’s skull from Devil’s Tower Rock Shelter, popularly known today as Flint. The conference will also commemorate the life’s work of the late Professor Ofer Bar-Yosef who was a renowned archaeologist who had dedicated a major part of his research to the study of the Neanderthals. Professor Bar-Yosef was a guest speaker at the first Calpe Conference on Neanderthals, in 1998, and had returned to Calpe subsequently. Registrations for the conference are currently open via  www.gibmuseum.giFor more information, to see our calendar of events or to become a member of the Trust go to our website www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
In this podcast we learn about life in 18th Century Gibraltar with Richard Garcia. The discussion focuses on new research published in Mr Garcia's new trilogy of books 'In the Shadow of the British Fortress of Gibraltar':"Forging a Civilian Community, 1704-1749""Ordinary Life in Peace and War, 1749-1783"Volume 3 to be published later in 2021.For more information, to see our calendar of events or to become a member of the Trust go to our website www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
In this podcast we find out about the day to day at the Gibraltar Heritage Trust with its Chief Executive Claire Montado. How its staff works alongside its trustees who are made up of volunteers, the daily workings of the Trust,  and working with the main players the Gibraltar heritage industry.For more information, to see our calendar of events or to become a member of the Trust go to our website www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
As a non-profit statutory body charged with the preservation of Gibraltar’s heritage, this episode introduces the Trust, its mission and starts to explore the challenges involved in the daily work of the Trust.This episode is part 2 of a 2 part interview where Chairman, Dr. Keith Farrell, and CEO, Claire Montado, speak to Broadcast Journalist  Alice  Mascarenhas about the Trust and its work.For more information, to see our calendar of events or to become a member of the Trust go to our website www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
Promo - episode 2

Promo - episode 2

2021-07-2000:26

As a non-profit statutory body charged with the preservation of Gibraltar’s heritage, this episode introduces the Trust, its mission and starts to explore the challenges involved in the daily work of the Trust.This episode is part 1 of a 2 part interview where Chairman, Dr. Keith Farrell, and CEO, Claire Montado, speak to Broadcast Journalist  Alice  Mascarenhas about the Trust and its work.For more information, to see our calendar of events or to become a member of the Trust go to our website www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi This podcast is produced for the Gibraltar Heritage Trust by Alice Mascarenhas and Claire Montado
Promo- Episode 1

Promo- Episode 1

2021-07-1300:26

Promo for Episode 1 of the Gibraltar Heritage Podcast
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