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East Anglian Daily Times
Author Victoria Hislop has brought Suffolk to the pages of a book for the first time.
Toby Capwell is a leading expert on medieval knights. Living in Suffolk, he gets inside the minds of these brave men by wearing their armour.
Author Kate Worsley's new novel is a story of human struggle set against the backdrop of the Land Settlement Association community in Suffolk.
In her acclaimed debut novel, Margaret Meyer set out to show the courage and strength of the inspirational women at the centre of East Anglia's 17th century witch hunts
From her Norfolk workshop, Abbey Molyneux is one of a growing crew of female boatbuilders keeping a traditional craft afloat.
Suffolk author Sarah Hardy found the inspiration for her atmospheric new novel right on her doorstep
Historic Pin Mill yard in fine fettle. Visiting the historic boatyard in its picturesque setting beside the River Orwell on the Shotley Peninsula in Suffolk.
Historian and broadcaster Lucy Worsley talks about Agatha Christie.
Lyme Regis-based Gail McGarva's unique skill of preserving historic craft and sharing her passion with others, has blossomed into a thriving business model.
More and more women are finding the confidence to enter the very male world of boatbuilding.
Modern technology is being used to transform understanding of a fascinating part of Suffolk's wartime heritage, as Catherine Larner reports.
Catherine Larner on the reconstruction of the Anglo-Saxon ship unearthed at Sutton Hoo.
Young archaeologist John Henry Phillips was searching for direction in his life when he stumbled upon a rare find - WWII veteran Patrick Thomas, haunted by memories of his D-Day experience
A boat that was built for Swallows and Amazons author Arthur Ransome is being given new life in Suffolk, as Catherine Larner explains.
Jim Lawrence is a living icon of the days of sail, and although best known as a sailmaker, he started off as a barge hand on England's east coast.