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Rev Kate Bottley spoke with Catherine Larner about getting older, being on TV, writing a book, and the freedom of wearing a dog collar.
It's been a tumultuous few years for Richard Coles. Now, after radio, TV and the church, he's forging a new life as a writer of crime fiction.
Esther Scholes speaks candidly about how she navigated the deaths of her son and then husband.
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.
Lizzie Damilola Blackburn talks to Catherine Larner about breaking into commercial fiction with a Christian protagonist
Frank Cottrell-Boyce finds modern lessons in the stories of scripture. Interview by Catherine Larner.
Author Simon Edge loves imagining history in his own humorous, slightly irreverent, fictional style. Now he's digging up the past on our county's patron saint.
As Gressingham Foods looks forward to celebrating its 50th birthday, Catherine Larner spoke to its founders.
Supernatural beliefs and fairy traditions once helped us to make sense of life's tribulations. It's a theme broadcaster and writer Sally Magnusson explores in her latest novel.
As he approaches his 70th birthday this month, Rowan Williams is anticipating a change of scene, and a change of pace.
Dr Rowan Williams' new book coincides with Bury St Edmunds' celebration of the founding of its Benedictine abbey
Bury St Edmunds has big plans to celebrate the millennium of its ancient abbey at the heart of the town's identity.
Dianne Parsons shares some of the lessons she has learned.
Diarmaid MacCulloch brings his substantial new biography of Thomas Cromwell to Aldeburgh Literary Festival
New Testament scholar Paula Gooder talks to Catherine Larner about the importance of good theology