Articles published in suffolk

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March 2017
Suffolk
Historical novelist Alison Weir talks to Catherine Larner ahead of her visit to Felixstowe Book Festival.
February 2017
Suffolk
Previewing the Aldeburgh Literary Festival, a 'must' on the lit fest circuit.
February 2017
Suffolk
Artemis Cooper, biographer of novelist Elizabeth Jane Howard, will be speaking at the Aldeburgh Festival.
February 2017
Woman Alive
A former magistrate talks about working to change the lives of those in need in her community.
January 2017
Suffolk
Francesca Armour-Chelu's romantic Suffolk childhood has inspired her debut children's book, 'Fenn Halflin and the Fearzero'.
January 2017
Country Living
From a Suffolk farmyard, artist Dee Nickerson draws inspiration from ordinary events, depicting them in her lyrical, flowing style
December 2016
Suffolk
Food writer Diana Henry talks about her latest cook book, Simple.
December 2016
Suffolk
Author Andrea Skevington talks about her skill at retelling some of our best known Bible stories for young people.
November 2016
Suffolk
Ben Fogle visits Southwold to talk about his book on the iconic Land Rover.
November 2016
Suffolk
Iain Maitland thought he had written a funny book about family life, but it was far from a joke for a teenager suffering depression.
November 2016
Suffolk
Previewing the Southwold Literature Festival, a welcome highlight in the autumn coastal calendar.
November 2016
Suffolk
Author Victoria Hislop travelled all over Greece for her latest book. She talks to Catherine Larner
October 2016
Suffolk
Labour MP Alan Johnson's third memoir concludes his political story - so what's next? He talks to Catherine Larner
October 2016
Suffolk
This autumn promises a book feast for adults and children. Catherine Larner previews three festivals
September 2016
Suffolk
Griff Rhys Jones is about to embark on a theatre tour about life with his much missed comedy partner, Mel Smith. He tells Catherine Larner what to expect.

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