A UNIVERSITY college will host a series of public talks starting later this month (Sunday, May 12).

Grey College, part of Durham University, will host three sessions, focusing on Mozart, science and Irving Berlin.

The first speaker, on Sunday, May 12, is renowned music educator Ann Rachlin, who will explore the life and music of Mozart.

Chris Cookson, the Financial Times’ science editor, will follow on Sunday, May 19, with a talk on ‘Science in the Media’.

The series will conclude on Sunday, June 16, when Ann Rachlin will return to discuss Irving Berlin. Also, the Grey College choir will perform ‘Say it with Music: The Life and Songs of Irving Berlin’.

All talks start at 2.15pm, are open to all and free to attend. The first and last will be held in Holgate House, Grey College, South Road, Durham. The May 19 talk will be held in the college’s Old Library. For more information, email: grey.reception@durham.ac.uk or call 0191-334-5900.