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PuLSE to broadcast Kofi Annan's lecture live

Monday 25 February, 4.30pm

PuLSE, LSE students' union radio station, will be broadcasting Kofi Annan's speech live on 87.7fm.

The Secretary-General of the United Nations will be giving a guest lecture in the Peacock Theatre on Monday 25 February at 4.30pm.

The lecture is entitled From Doha to Johannesburg by way of Monterrey: how development can be achieved and sustained in the 21st century. It will be Mr Annan's first major statement on this issue before the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg in August/September 2002.

All tickets for the event have now gone, but those interested in hearing Kofi Annan can tune in to 87.7fm from 4.30pm to hear the speech live.



PuLSE is funded by the LSESU, advertising revenue and donations.

For more information, to send in requests or questions, or to ask about listening on the web, email radio@pulsefm.co.uk| or visit www.pulsefm.co.uk/|

23 February 2002