S: Department of Geography, King's College London
FC: Professor Linda Newson Department of Geography, King's College London
1: Professor Linda Newson Department of Geography King's College London
2: The Norfolk Hotel, Surrey Street
4: 1972-73 | 1972-73 | 1973-74
7: Geography Department 1996
8: Dick Polglaze | John Harper | Diana Vere | Roma Beaumont | Bridget O'Neill
10: Philosophy and Methodology: Course Essay 3 'Before the Apocalypse...' There are situations in life that are taken for granted, A tree will grow if a seed is planted, Water will flow through a rock pore, And when Liverpool win, Rush will score But there are things you'll see, perhaps on the box, That may not appear quite orthodox. Chelsea winning or gaining a draw - You'd put down to fluke or maybe Sod's law. Amongst this group of very strange things, Belong the staff of Geography at King's. I've seen nothing more odd but before you agree, Don't forget who marks your degree! Bill Morgan, the Prof., is head of them all, His office is down at the end of the hall; Agriculture and 3rd world are his forte, it's said, But some would argue he likes dogs more instead. One of the Docs, Yates, is downstairs, I'm sure he wouldn't mind if I bring up his hair; Before you make fun of the top of his head, Remember, below is an IQ of 1000, it's said.
11: Denys, like his landslides, with liquid supplies, Would slip off somewhere and be found at sunrise. Talking of cliffs, Prof. Embleton's the cool 'un, Lectures about snow and glaciers Norwegian. Amongst the 'humans' there's David Boy Green, His height stops him boxing but he's still very keen. Then there's Keith Hoggart, who should have been in law; His work at the Bar, I've never seen more. Apart from the lecturers there's the drawing office bunch, Whenever you go down there, they're always at lunch. And down on the first floor's a couple of cranks, Clare, ex-Watford, and a Viking from Lancs. Maureen for whom climate is the main like, She should have been a DJ with her use of the mike. And Linda Newson, with whom in no matter which course, You'll get get something on Peru, Gilbert's the source. Rita, the youngster and pin-up of all, Dabbles in Human Geography (well, just down the hall.) Opposite is John Pitman, who on soils proves us fools, With his plastic, clastic and split ping-pong balls.
15: Geography's first computers
16: Field trips in the Geography Department
18: 'She's great' 1993-94
19: 'Little Miss Inca', 1994-95