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June 2016
Woman Alive
Wife of the former Archbishop, Jane Williams has a growing reputation as an accessible and thought-provoking author and speaker
May 2016
East Anglian Daily Times
May 2016
Suffolk
Coming face to face with a true adventurer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes, Catherine Larner discovers what drives him
May 2016
Suffolk
Assis Carreiro opens a new chapter, organising a major literary festival for Ipswich - Tim Ewart, Jill Dawson, James Campbell and Meg Rosoff are among the speakers
January 2016
Suffolk
Revered nature writer Richard Mabey talks about his new book and his solace on the Suffolk/Norfolk border.
December 2015
Suffolk
Author Linda Davies talks about surviving kidnap and finding solace in Southwold.
November 2015
East Anglian Daily Times
Top titles to read and give as gifts this festive season.
November 2015
Suffolk
Children's author and Aldeburgh resident, Emma Chichester Clark talks about Plumdog
November 2015
Suffolk
'Harold Fry' creator, Rachel Joyce talks to Catherine Larner
October 2015
East Anglian Daily Times
Catherine Larner speaks to author and playwright, Rachel Joyce ahead of her visit to Seckford Hall Hotel next month.
October 2015
Suffolk
Boxford-based author Mark Mason has turned trivia into an art form.
September 2015
Suffolk
Creator of the much-loved How to Train a Dragon series, Cressida Cowell talks about her inspiration and why the adventures have to end.
September 2015
Woman Alive
'Grantchester' proved a huge hit with viewers, introducing the crime-solving country vicar. Catherine Larner meets its creator James Runcie
July 2015
Norfolk
Author Freya North returns to Norfolk for her latest novel about learning to enjoy life and finding love
June 2015
Suffolk
Previewing the third Felixstowe Book Festival, with Patrick Gale

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