Which dinosaur had the most teeth? Which was the largest predator ever to walk the planet? Why does T. rex need a makeover? Biologist and broadcaster Dr Ben Garrod takes us on a prehistoric journey to investigate and explore dinosaurs like never before. Using his series of books for young readers, So You Think You Know Dinosaurs?, Dr Ben will reveal that we still have so much more to discover about these awesome animals.
About Dr Ben Garrod
Ben is an evolutionary biologist, great ape conservationist, TV presenter and author. Most recently, Ben featured in the Natural World documentary Red Ape: Saving the Orangutans on BBC Two.
Ben has also recently presented Hyper Evolution: Rise of the Robots on BBC Four and The Day the Dinosaurs Died on BBC Two, as well as presenting his second UK theatre tour, So You Think You Know About Dinosaurs…?!
In addition to his role as Teaching Fellow at Anglia Ruskin University, he has presented a number of television programmes, including Attenborough and the Giant Dinosaur with Sir David Attenborough on BBC One, in addition to his own award-winning six-part BBC Four series Secrets of Bones. He has also presented The Human Hive on BBC Radio 4, in addition to the series Bone Stories.
Saturday 20 October
Venue: Sir Isaac Newton
Tickets go off-sale 12 hours prior to the event. Tickets may be available at The Forum’s ticket office on the day. All attendees need a ticket. Under 12s must be accompanied.