A Tantalising Talk with Lucinda Hawksley and Humphrey Hawksley

Photo of Lucinda & Humphrey © RiverstoneLiving.com

We recently had the delight of hosting a rousing talk with award-winning authors Lucinda Hawskley and Humphrey Hawksley at Riverstone Kensington. This was the latest event in our ‘In Conversation With’ series, where residents and guests engage with figures in an intimate conversation.

The speakers

Humphrey Hawksley is an author and journalist who was a foreign correspondent for the BBC and has travelled to every continent in his coverage of crises. Humphrey’s impressive career includes initiating a global campaign against the enslavement of children in the chocolate industry in the early 2000s.

Lucinda is the great-great-great granddaughter of the 19th-century novelist, Charles Dickens, and is an accomplished and award-winning historian and author in her own right. Her work includes biographies, social histories, art history and travel writing.

The conversation

The two Hawksleys shared a treasure trove of adventures, history, political insights, keeping guests on the edge of their seats. The journey covered stories ranging from The Beatles in North Korea to the Royal Archives Secrets and Chocolate Slavery. […]

Read the full interview online at RiverstoneLiving.com