Articles published in 2018

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July 2018
Suffolk
A group of Suffolk schoolgirls' correspondence with a famous Danish archaeologist inspired Anne Youngson's debut novel.
July 2018
Suffolk
James Henry's foray into the world of birdwatching in Suffolk provided the backdrop to his latest crime novel.
July 2018
Woman Alive
Philippa Hanna tells Catherine Larner how finding faith transformed both her life and her music
July 2018
Coast
Catherine Larner picks up her new DSLR camera and seeks advice on getting the perfect shot of Aldeburgh beach
June 2018
Club Business International
The CEO of the Pure Group, which has 35 yoga and fitness facilities in South Asia, has never considered failure an option.
June 2018
Club Business International
Pers-Anders Dagborn introduced the 'modern' industry and 'the ultimate club' to his native country, with IHRSA's help.
June 2018
Suffolk
Writer Michael Ondaatje draws on his love of the Suffolk countryside with his latest novel, Warlight
June 2018
Woman Alive
Former CIA counterterrorism expert Michele Rigby Assad talks about living to fulfil our potential
May 2018
Woman Alive
There's a warm welcome as well as delicious food at The Brompton cafe in London.
May 2018
Country Living
The bestselling novelist talks about turning her bedroom into a stable and swapping urban living for a rural home
March 2018
Suffolk
Celebrated novelist Penelope Lively shares a lifetime of writing and gardens.
March 2018
Suffolk
The Aldeburgh Literary Festival is now in its 17th year and still going strong.
March 2018
Suffolk
Andy Kershaw's eclectic career is the subject of a two-hour, one-man show.
March 2018
Woman Alive
Bishop Libby Lane looks back on her appointment three years ago as the first female bishop in the Church of England.
February 2018
Suffolk
When it comes to politics and finance, Robert Peston is the man with his finger on the nation's pulse. Or is he? Catherine Larner reports.

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