“On Principle, not consequence” – A Quaker Life in broadcasting by Ian Kirk-Smith. All Welcome Admission Free Friday 25th April 2014 at 7.30 pm. Venue: King’s Hospital School
Ian Kirk-Smith has been a member of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) for twenty five years. With work experience as diverse as anthropological fieldwork, feature writing, radio producing and film directing, Ian has witnessed life both at its best and most difficult. He is Editor of “The Friend”, the oldest Quaker publication in the world.
In his lecture Ian will consider the phrase ‘On principle, not consequence’ and talk about being guided by these words. He will explore their importance in the history of Quakerism and will reflect on some of the challenges he confronted in being a Quaker today in the world of broadcasting.