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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
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.
February 2018
Suffolk
Talking to popular romantic novelist JoJo Moyes about writing her bestselling trilogy and finding peace on the Suffolk/Essex border.
February 2018
Woman Alive
Discovering how local churches are responding to the needs in their communities and bringing people together.
January 2018
Woman Alive
Jeremy Vine talks about the changing face of news, how people communicate and staying positive in a time of uncertainty
December 2017
Suffolk
Columnist India Knight swapped city life for a rural idyll near Framlingham. Catherine Larner caught up with her
December 2017
Suffolk
Forty years old this year, traditional academic publishers Boydell & Brewer are reinventing themselves as a company for the future
November 2017
Psychologies
The new 'quiet' activitists, who use creativity and individuality to get their message across, rather than division and conflict.

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