Articles published in suffolk

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October 2014
Norfolk
Alexander McCall Smith turns to Norfolk for inspiration in his reworking of Jane Austen's classic
October 2014
Suffolk
Celebrated artist and architect Charles Rennie Macintosh lived in Walberswick. Esther Freud's novel explores his time there.
October 2014
Suffolk
My role is to make my readers feel better about life and the world
October 2014
Suffolk
Three new novelists have used the county as a backdrop to their work
September 2014
Suffolk
The jazz queen from down under, Janet Seidel, is returning to Suffolk as part of a UK tour
September 2014
Suffolk
Catherine Larner, Jacq Barnard and Lucy Hollis rowed 140 miles to celebrate the 125th anniversary of Jerome K Jerome's classic tale
August 2014
Rowing & Regatta
After being restored, an RNLI lifeboat is now available to hire for fundraising trips. Catherine Larner delves into its dramatic past
August 2014
Suffolk
Indoor rowing championships and a long history at Deben Rowing Club
July 2014
Suffolk
Alex Monroe talks about his memoir, 'Two Turtle Doves' where he recalls his extraordinary childhood and the inspiration he finds in Suffolk
June 2014
Suffolk
Polish writers, and novelist Colette McBeth, are being introduced to audiences at the 2014 Felixstowe Book Festival
June 2014
Suffolk
Griff Rhys Jones and his mum, Gwynneth talk about what it means to be Welsh and why they live on the opposite side of the country
May 2014
Suffolk
Art lecturer, John Sheeran, father of singer songwriter Ed, is a crowd puller in his own right
April 2014
Suffolk
Retired teacher Vivien Whelpton talks about fulfilling her dream of writing a literary biography.
March 2014
Suffolk
Historian Andrew Casey on designer Lucienne Day, and crime writer Elly Griffiths on her latest novel.
January 2014
Suffolk & Norfolk Life
Norfolk based author Susan Hill talks about the county and her latest book.

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