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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
November 2016
Woman Alive
A director and co-owner of a multi-million pound business, Yolanda Ibbett talks about discovering a fresh vision
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
Woman Alive
Author Beth Moran explains how she overcame selective mutism.
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.
September 2016
Suffolk
Catherine Larner meets the delightfully unconventional Suffolk artist, Dee Nickerson.
August 2016
LICC
Members of a Bedford Church talk about the difference God makes to their daily lives, with the Fruitfulness on the Frontline resource from LICC
August 2016
East Anglian Daily Times
A round up of author events organised for Browsers this September.
August 2016
Suffolk
Lawyer and novelist, Rosy Thornton talks about her volume of short stories inspired by the countryside around her Blaxhall home.
August 2016
Suffolk
As a schoolgirl in Woodbridge, novelist Emily Hauser fell in love with the epic stories of the Roman and Greek history.
August 2016
Woman Alive
Media professional and founder of religious literacy charity, Lapido Media, Jenny Taylor explains why Christians need to engage with journalists and share their stories.
June 2016
East Anglian Daily Times
Novelist Jill Dawson talks about the subject of her new book, Patricia Highsmith and her time in Suffolk.
June 2016
Suffolk
Suffolk-based broadcaster, writer and sailor Paul Heiney talks about heartache, happiness at the helm and life beyond television.

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