Wroxton Program Itinerary

 

SUMMER 2016

 
SUNDAY 29 MAY
 
7.05am Continental Airlines Flight Number CO 26 from Newark due to arrive at Birmingham International Airport
 
8.05am Group met by College representative and transported to Wroxton College
 
9.10am Expected time of arrival at Wroxton College  --  Settle into rooms
 
10.45-11.15am Morning Coffee served in the Buttery, Carriage House
 
1:00pm Welcome Buffet Served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
2:00pm Welcome Introductory Briefing and Tour (Dr. Nicholas D.J. Baldwin, Dean, Wroxton College; Gary Radford, Course Leader)
 
3.45-4.15pm Afternoon Tea served in the Buttery, Carriage House
 
6.30pm Dinner served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
wroxton manor
 
 
 
MONDAY 30 MAY - THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT: INTRODUCING THE UK AND THE EUROPEAN UNION
 
8.00-8.50am Breakfast served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
9:00am Transport Departs for Banbury Town Center
 
11:30am Transport Leaves Banbury to Return to Wroxton
 
12:00pm Gather on Abbey Steps for Group Photograph
 
12:10pm Lunch served in the Dining Room
 
12:30pm Wroxton Village Fete
 
3.00pm UNIT 1:  BRITAIN AS A FOREIGN COUNTRY (Dr. Nicholas Baldwin, Wroxton College)
                          
 
baldwin lecture                          
 
4:00pm Afternoon Tea served in the Buttery, Carriage House
 
12noon Lunch served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
6.30pm Dinner served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
7:30pm UNIT 2: Screening of "The Imitation Game" in the Madison TV Lounge
 
 
TUESDAY 31 MAY     
 
8.00am Breakfast served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
9:00am UNIT 3: READING SHAKEPSPEARE'S "HAMLET" (Dr. Pamela Mason, Wroxton College)
 
10.300am Morning Coffee served in the Buttery, Carriage House
 
11.00am UNIT 4:  THE EUROPEAN UNION – BACKGROUND, FOCUS, STRUCTURE & OPERATION (Dr Nicholas D J Baldwin)
 
1.00pm Lunch served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
2.00pm UNIT 5: US AND EUROPEAN APPROACHES TO COMMUNICATION (Dr. Gary Radford, Fairleigh Dickinson University)
 
3.30pm Afternoon Tea served in the Buttery, Carriage House
 
4:00pm    UNIT 6: ALAN TURING AND THE MODERN CONCEPTION OF COMMUNICATION  (Dr. Gary Radford)
 
5.30pm Mediaeval Costumes for hire from the Faculty Lounge
 
THE WROXTON MEDIAEVAL BANQUET IN THE BUTTERY
 
7.00pm Gather Yee
 
7.30pm Come to Board
 
9.00-11.00pm Bar Open
 
brandywine
 
 
WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
 
8.00-8.50am Breakfast served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
8:30am Transport Departs for Harris-Manchester College, Oxford
 
10:00am Arrive at Harris-Manchester College
 
10:15am A History of Oxford and Oxford University (Dr. Guy Fielding, University of Oxford)
 
11:30am Morning Coffee and Tea
 
11:45am Treasures of the Harris-Manchester Library (Sue Killoran, Librraian, Harris-Manchester College)
 
1:00pm Lunch
 
2:00pm UNIT 7: AN ABC OF COMMUNICATION IN THE UK: ATTITUDES, BEHAVIOR, AND CULTURE (Dr. Guy Fielding)
 
3:00pm Free Time in Oxford
 
christchurch
 
6:00pm College Reception at Harris-Manchester College (Dr. Ralph Waller, Principal)
 
6:45pm Formal Dinner in Arlosh Hall, Harris-Manchester College
 
9:15pm Transport Departs from Oxford
 
10:15pm Transport Arrives at Wroxton
 
 
THURSDAY 2 JUNE BLETCHLEY PARK AND STRATFORD-UPON-AVON
 
7:45am Breakfast Served in the Dining Room
 
8:30am Transport Departs for Bletchley Park
 
9:30am UNIT 8: VISIT TO BLETCHLEY PARK
 
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11:30am Transport Departs from Bletchley Park
 
1:00pm Lunch Served in the Dining Room
 
1:45pm Transport Departs for Stratford-Upon-Avon
 
2:30pm Free Time in Stratford-Upon-Avon
 
6:45pm Assemble in the Foyer of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre
 
7:15pm Performance of "Hamlet" at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre
 
10:30pm Transport Departs Stratford-Upon-Avon
 
11:15pm Transport Arrives at Wroxton
 
 
FRIDAY 3 JUNE ISSUES IN EDUCATION AND THE MEDIA
 
8:00am Breakfast Served in the Dining Room
 
9:00am UNIT 9: POLITICAL CORRECTNESS (Dr. Charles Garrity, Wroxton College)
 
10:30am Morning Coffee Served in the Buttery
 
angela
 
11:00am UNIT 10: ISSUES IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING (Dr. Angela Morris, Wroxton College)
 
1:00pm Lunch served in the Dining Room
 
2:00pm UNIT 11: THE UK PRESS AND THE CHANGING ROLE OF SOCIAL MEDIA (Mark Ferguson, Managing Director, MoreFire PR)
 
4:00pm Afternoon Tea Served in the Buttery
 
4:30pm UNIT 12: TUTORIAL ONE (Dr. Gary Radford)
 
6:30pm Dinner Served in the Dining Room
 
 
SATURDAY 4 JUNE LONDON
 
7.30 – 8.00am Breakfast served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
8.00am Transport departs for day trip to London
 
the queen
 
10.00am Transport Arrives in London City Center
 
11.00pm Transport departs London to return to Wroxton
 
1.00am Transport Arrives at Wroxton
 
 
SUNDAY 5 JUNE
 
10.00-10.30am Tea, Coffee and Danish Pastries served in the Buttery, Carriage House
 
12noon Brunch served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
3.30-4.00pm Afternoon Tea served in the Buttery, Carriage House
 
7.00pm Dinner served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
group
 
 
MON 6 JUNE COMMUNICATION IN THE CORPORATE CONTEXT          
 
8:00am Breakfast served in the Dining Room
 
9:00am UNIT 13: COMMUNICATING CORPORATE STRATEGY WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION (Dr. Linda Lee-Davis, Wroxton College)
 
10:30am Morning Coffee Served in the Buttery
 
11:00am UNIT 14: SURFACING HONEST AND HIDDEN COMMUNICATION WITHIN THE ORGANIZATION FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE (Dr. Linda Lee-Davis)
 
1:00pm Lunch Served in the Dining Room
 
2:00pm UNIT 15: CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY (Dr. Linda Lee-Davis)
 
3:30pm Afternoon Tea Served in the Buttery
 
4:00pm UNIT 16: STRATEGIC CHANGE (Dr. Linda Lee-Davis)
 
7:00pm Dinner served in the Dining Room
 
gary banquet
 
 
 
TUES 7 JUNE ADVERTISING IN THE UK
 
8:00am Breakfast Served in the Dining Room
 
9:00am UNIT 17: AN INTRODUCTION TO ADVERTISING IN THE UK AND EUROPE (Salome van Leuven, Planner, JWT London)
 
10:30am Morning Coffee Served in the Buttery
 
11:00am UNIT 18: GLOBAL AND LOCAL ADVERTISING: THE CASE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION (Sarah Hand, Digital Planner, Proximity)
 
12:30pm Lunch Served in the Dining Room
 
2:00pm UNIT 19: TUTORIAL TWO (Dr. Gary Radford)
 
3:30pm Afternoon Tea Served in the Buttery
 
6:15pm Dinner Served in the Dining Room
 
 
 
buttery                  
 
 
WEDS 8 JUNE PUBLIC RELATIONS AND COMMUNICATION THEORY
 
8.00-8.50am Breakfast served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
9:00am UNIT 20:  CORPORATE AND ORGANISATIONAL COMMUNICATIONS IN THE UK (Paul Davison, Managing Director, Proteus Public Relations Ltd)
 
10.45am Morning Coffee served in the Buttery, Carriage House
 
11:15am UNIT 21:  TUTORIAL THREE AND REVIEW FOR THE COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION (Dr. Gary Radford)
 
1.00pm Lunch served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
2.00pm UNIT 22:  PANEL SESSION ON COMMUNICATION THEORY (Dr. Richard Howells, Reader in Culture, Media and Creative Industries, King's College, London, and Dr Paul A Taylor, Institute of Communication Studies, University of Leeds)
 
6:00pm COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION - PART ONE
 
8.00pm Dinner served in the Dining Room, Carriage House
 
banquet
 
THURS 29 MAY  
 
8:00am Breakfast Served in the Dining Room
 
9:00am COMPREHENSIVE EXAMINATION - PART TWO
 
1:00pm Lunch Served in the Dining Room
 
2:00pm Transport Departs for Banbury Town Center
 
3:30pm Transport Departs Banbury
 
3:45pm Afternoon Tea Served in the Buttery
 
7:00pm Drinks Reception in the Buttery
 
7:15pm Farewell Dinner Served in the Dining Room
 
 
FRIDAY 30 MAY
 
4.30am Transport arrives at Wroxton College
 
5.00am Transport departs for Birmingham International Airport
 
6.00am Check-in at Birmingham International Airport
 
9.00am Continental Airlines Flight Number CO 27 departs for Newark, USA 
 
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This page last updated September 1, 2016, by Gary P. Radford
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