This links page is being extended with suggestions from members to keep brain stimulation alive and well during the COVID-19 outbreak. There is a treasure trove here...
...across New Zealand and the world.
If you would like to explore some of these, you can visit the following websites:
The U3A GEMs newsletter can be found here: GEMs
United in Music: A virtual charity concert to aid UNHCR’S coronavirus response
7 Recommended Reads for Contextualising Covid-19 - From London School of Economics
The British Library - What's On?
Virtual Tours of World's Best Art Galleries
Virtual Tours of World's Best Museums
Global Community Orchestra Project
Massive Open Online Courses - six chosen by The Guardian
The New Zealand Centre for Global Studies
Free Audio Books, Lectures, Movies, Textbooks
Resources for children staying at home during the COVID-19 outbreak
May be a help for grandparents supporting parents and grandchildren
Acceptance Speeches by Nobel Laureates
Love & Drugs in Victorian London - Elizabeth Siddal - The Beauty in the Bathtub
BBC Reith Lectures
Trial by Media - the Queen Caroline Affair
Includes a paper by Jocelyn Harris
The Pleural Mesothelioma Centre
This is a deadly form of cancer caused by asbestos exposure
Stephen Fry - Oxford Union - recorded on the site on "Intelligence Squared"
Use this as a starting point for their many top quality debates
BBC Podcasts - BBC Radio 4 In Our Time - Melvyn Bragg
BBC Podcasts - Inside Science
Minute Physics - Presented by Harry Reich