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It's the most important question for Lee Child, creator of the ever-popular Jack Reacher novels, film and TV series. He may get some answers this month as he e-meets his audience in the Suffolk Libraries Online Book Festival
East Anglian Daily Times
BBC Countryfile presenter Adam Henson is coming to Woodbridge in November and will open up about what does on behind the scenes of his life in farming.
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Catherine Larner takes a deep dive into something most, if not all of us, have experienced in freelance journalism: rejection. With some stellar advice from fellow journalists on separating rejection from self-worth.
Rev Kate Bottley spoke with Catherine Larner about getting older, being on TV, writing a book, and the freedom of wearing a dog collar.
It's been a tumultuous few years for Richard Coles. Now, after radio, TV and the church, he's forging a new life as a writer of crime fiction.
Author Rachel Joyce's much-loved character has made it onto film and inspired two more books, ending Rachel's own personal journey...well, almost.
For many of us, a witty cartoon that shows us the funny side of the nation's dilemmas is the perfect start to the day. And that goes for the cartoonist too...
From the relative calm of his Aldeburgh home, satirist Craig Brown maintains his prolific output of humour, parody, biography and social commentary that includes 30 years as a contributor to 'Private Eye'.
With a fascinating life story to share and a great new role on stage, actress Hayley Mills has a busy time planned for her visit to Norfolk, as she tells Catherine Larner
BBC journalist and broadcaster Justin Webb kept the truth about his real father a secret for most of his life. Now he reveals much about his painful 1970s childhood in a new book.
Why are women still taken less seriously than men? It's a question that's bugged veteran journalist Mary Ann Sieghart for the past 30 years.
Since he made his home here, the county has provided Danny Wallace with space to create his inspirational mix of books, tv programmes, podcasts, songs, documentaries and humour. Now he's brewing another 'secret' project.
Frank Cottrell-Boyce finds modern lessons in the stories of scripture. Interview by Catherine Larner.
Countdown's Susie Dent, the nation's favourite lexicographer, explains her love for words.
Julie Welch was the UK's first female football reporter. She credits her years at Felixstowe college for giving her the confidence to succeed in a world of men