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November 2017
Suffolk
This year's Lavenham Literary Festival has some firm favourites and some surprising new appearances
November 2017
Suffolk
Clare Mulley has a talent for chronicalling the lives of some of the most astonishing yet under-celebrated women.
November 2017
Suffolk
Writer Tracy Borman will share her passion for delving into the private lives of royals past when she comes to Lavenham Literary Festival.
November 2017
Suffolk
Warm yourself with words at Poetry in Aldeburgh. Catherine Larner previews the feelgood event that's gone back to its community roots
November 2017
Woman Alive
The internationally known author, speaker and pastor talks about stepping down as leader of her local church, and sharing her story in her new book.
October 2017
Suffolk
Author Lucy Hughes-Hallett talks about writing and living in Suffolk.
October 2017
Suffolk
Speaking at Flipside, architect Michael Pawlyn introduces 'biomimicry'.
October 2017
Suffolk
This year's Flipside Festival challenges audiences to think about their impact on the planet.
October 2017
Woman Alive
An accident when she was just 11 left Gracie Wright with a brain injury, but now she's a singer and writer with a passion to help others.
September 2017
Suffolk
Fiona Melrose's acclaimed debut novel spans the globe from Suffolk to South Africa. Catherine Larner talked to her about her inspiration
September 2017
Suffolk
Real life experiences enrich the novels of Suffolk-based author, Natalie Meg Evans. She talks about her latest novel, The Wardrobe Mistress.
September 2017
Woman Alive
Co-founder and global pastor of the Hillsong Church, Bobbie Houston talks to Catherine Larner about the importance of women's ministry, facing criticism and staying the course.
August 2017
Suffolk
A discovery in her mother's attic brought startling revelations of young love cut short by war, and a long forgotten connection to Suffolk.
July 2017
Suffolk
After a career that took her to the top of MI5, Stella Rimington turned novelist. She visits Felixstowe Book Festival this month.
June 2017
Suffolk
Dark deeds make good reads and we can't get enough of them, as seen by Southwold's successful crime writing festival.

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