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October 2018
Suffolk
Catherine Larner talks to Suffolk's Zeb Soanes and James Mayhew, creators of 'Gaspard the Fox', ahead of their visit to Lavenham Children's Festival
September 2018
Suffolk
Barrister Sarah Langford hopes her fictionalised accounts of some of the challenging cases she's defended will give people a deeper understanding of the justice system
August 2018
Living in Woodbridge
Catherine Larner provides a sneaky peek of literary peeps coming to town
August 2018
Woman Alive
New Testament scholar Paula Gooder talks to Catherine Larner about the importance of good theology
August 2018
Suffolk
Children's author Ally Sherrick talks about her new book, The Buried Crown, set around Sutton Hoo
July 2018
Suffolk
A group of Suffolk schoolgirls' correspondence with a famous Danish archaeologist inspired Anne Youngson's debut novel.
July 2018
Suffolk
James Henry's foray into the world of birdwatching in Suffolk provided the backdrop to his latest crime novel.
June 2018
Suffolk
Writer Michael Ondaatje draws on his love of the Suffolk countryside with his latest novel, Warlight
June 2018
Woman Alive
Former CIA counterterrorism expert Michele Rigby Assad talks about living to fulfil our potential
May 2018
Country Living
The bestselling novelist talks about turning her bedroom into a stable and swapping urban living for a rural home
March 2018
Suffolk
Celebrated novelist Penelope Lively shares a lifetime of writing and gardens.
March 2018
Suffolk
The Aldeburgh Literary Festival is now in its 17th year and still going strong.
March 2018
Suffolk
Andy Kershaw's eclectic career is the subject of a two-hour, one-man show.
February 2018
Suffolk
When it comes to politics and finance, Robert Peston is the man with his finger on the nation's pulse. Or is he? Catherine Larner reports.
February 2018
Suffolk
Talking to popular romantic novelist JoJo Moyes about writing her bestselling trilogy and finding peace on the Suffolk/Essex border.

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