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Author Rachel Joyce's much-loved character has made it onto film and inspired two more books, ending Rachel's own personal journey...well, almost.
Former police officer Alfie Moore has been challenging audiences to walk in his copper's books for more than a decade.
Catherine Larner meets the thespians who travel by bike and boat to bring theatre to local audiences all over the country.
Catherine Larner speaks to established printmaker Angela Harding about how her familiar works of natural wonder come to life, then take flight into the wider world.
Artist Julian Perry finds beauty and romance in a world under siege from environmental destruction.
With a fascinating life story to share and a great new role on stage, actress Hayley Mills has a busy time planned for her visit to Norfolk, as she tells Catherine Larner
Artist Tessa Newcomb has found just the thing she needed to lift her creative spirit - a garden she can grow and paint.
Marianne McNamara captains the Mikron Theatre Company which has been touring British waterways by narrowboat for 50 years.
The things we collect tell the story of our life and loves. Author Julia Blackburn and her friend and neighbour, artist Tessa Newcomb, decided to explore the objects in Julia's Suffolk village home.
Most of us have struggled to find a present for the person who seems to have everything. Imagine finding something for the Queen. Ingeniously, a group of people have made a gift for the monarch...and for the people of Suffolk too.
Abbey 1000 gets underway in Bury St Edmunds this month - celebrations will recreate the journeys of pilgrims to the tow and the monks who lived there more than 1,000 years ago.
Suffolk's acclaimed INK Festival, the UK's best showcase for original new plays, is bigger and better than ever - four days, eight venues, 50 plays. Catherine Larner tells us what to expect
Suffolk's inspirational Ink Festival returns big time this spring with more than 50 original short plays from local writers, alongside specially created works by some famous names, and among them is the nation's favourite nurse...
Printmaker Angela Harding's beautiful and evocative illustrations of the natural world, inspired by annual sailing trips around Suffolk's coast and rivers, are favourite choices for everything from book covers to journals, calendars and tea towels.
Aldeburgh-based illustrator Astra Taylor-Todd has forged a brilliant new career creating children's books inspired by her global travels and an 1,800 mile trek across America.