Randal Keynes
Randal Keynes
'Randal Hume Keynes, OBE, FLS is a British conservationist, author and great-great-grandson of Charles Darwin. He is the author of the intimate exploration of his famous ancestry, Annie's Box, subtitled Darwin, His Daughter, and Human Evolution, a book about the relationship between Darwin and his daughter Annie, whose early death deeply affected him. He has taken a leading role in the campaign to have Down House, Darwin's former home, designated a World Heritage Site.
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Beagle, in het kielzog van Darwin - Humo The Wild Site
Google News - almost 6 years
Gasten in deze aflevering zijn onder meer: James Moore (biograaf Darwin), Randal Keynes (schrijver, achterachterkleinzoon van Charles Darwin en woordvoerder van de Darwin-nazaten), Simon Keynes ('Beagle nerd' van de familie Darwin), Anthony Smith
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The Xtra Diary - Rapper Baba Brinkman at the Prince Charles Cinema on May 25 - West End Extra
Google News - almost 6 years
He will perform the ditty this week in the West End, and will be introduced by none other than Randal Keynes, Charles Darwin's great-great-grandson. His rap contains the following lyric: “So check the massive evidence of Homo erectus and
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DESCENDIENTE DE DARWIN VISITA EL INACH - radiopolar.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Buscando la creación de alianzas que potencien el impacto del “Proyecto HMS Beagle”, visitó Magallanes Randal Keynes, tataranieto de Charles Darwin. Keynes, conservacionista y síndico del fideicomiso Charles Darwin, está promoviendo este proyecto que
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Tataranieto de Darwin busca recrear travesía del HMS Beagle - Radio Bío-Bío
Google News - almost 6 years
Esta vez es el tataranieto de Charles Darwin, Randal Keynes, quien recorre los paisajes del sur de Chile en busca de repetir la travesía de su tatarabuelo, a través del “Proyecto HMS Beagle”, que tiene por objetivo reconstruir el buque y repetir el
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Spare Times
NYTimes - over 6 years
Around Town Museums and Sites American Museum of Natural History Opening on Saturday and running through May 30, ''The Butterfly Conservatory: Tropical Butterflies Alive in Winter,'' an annual display of hundreds of free-flying butterflies; timed viewings are every 15 minutes, beginning at 10:15 a.m. Other exhibitions include ''Race to the End of
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MOVIE REVIEW | 'CREATION'; The Great Evolutionist Bares His Own Soul
NYTimes - about 7 years
''Creation'' sets out to tell a rich and momentous story, culled from the pages of history and full of present-day topical resonance. In the wake of personal tragedy and in the throes of illness and apprehension, Charles Darwin (Paul Bettany) organizes decades of thought and research into ''On the Origin of Species.'' Not many books have been as
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Making Darwin the Legend a Man Again
NYTimes - about 7 years
PALE, winded, a blanket draped across his twitching knees, a sick, despondent man confides his woes to the minister who has stopped by. Stretching a sympathetic arm around the man's shoulders, the minister murmurs, ''God moves in mysterious ways.'' Yes, yes, the man agrees with a glower, adding that ''he has endowed us -- in all his blessed
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WHERE TO GO; 2009
NYTimes - about 8 years
From the Aegean Sea to Zambia, this year's most compelling destinations are awash in sublime landscapes, cutting-edge art and architecture, gala music festivals, and stylish new resorts.SETH SHERWOOD AND GISELA WILLIAMS 1. Beirut With a recent (though perhaps tenuous) détente keeping the violence in check, the capital of Lebanon is poised to
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An Image of Darwin, Carrying on His Work
NYTimes - over 11 years
Less than a week before the Darwin show opened, the most thrilling live display was neither the big, sleepy iguana nor the pair of Galápagos tortoises, but rather an Englishman, a living descendant of Darwin himself. He is Randal Keynes, a conservationist and writer now living in London. He is Darwin's great-great-grandson. That is, his
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WHAT'S DOING IN; London
NYTimes - over 15 years
With its resurgent South Bank, London -- always one of Europe's great walking cities -- now offers visitors a new array of paths to stroll along the Thames while enjoying views of the city and its constantly changing architecture. London's many parks, although sometimes crowded at midday, can be tranquil escapes at other hours. And the Diana
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    FIFTIES
  • 2005
    Age 56
    He was the author of two Oxford Dictionary of National Biography articles on Anne Darwin and William Erasmus Darwin in 2005.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1948
    Born
    Born on July 29, 1948.
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