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Author Kate Worsley's new novel is a story of human struggle set against the backdrop of the Land Settlement Association community in Suffolk.
'If we don't have it, you don't need it': an Aladdin's cave of useful items, the local hardware store is the shop that time forgot, finds Catherine Larner
Catherine Larner speaks to garden writer Barbara Segall about her new book on the secret gardens of Kent, Sussex and Surrey.
Artist Tessa Newcomb has found just the thing she needed to lift her creative spirit - a garden she can grow and paint.
Marriage and moving to Helmingham as a young woman made Xa Tollemache a gardener and then an award-winning designer. Now she tells the story of how she transformed Helmingham's gardens, as well as many others, in a beautiful first book.
Anna Greenland is a rising star in the organise grow-your-own firmament, although she admits her life currently is more 'Grand Designs' than 'Gardeners' World'.
After years of nurturing a great garden, passing on the responsibility to younger custodians is easier if it's kept in the family. Visiting Attadale Gardens, Helmingham Hall and The Manor Hemingford Grey.
Why do certain places call to us? Why do we connect to some environments and not others? It's a topic gardening writer Anna Pavord will explore when she visits Suffolk, a county she has come to love.
Celebrated novelist Penelope Lively shares a lifetime of writing and gardens.