Articles published in suffolk

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February 2023
Suffolk
A group of young sailors from Suffolk are starting 2023 as world champions, winning a thrilling competition in Australia.
January 2023
Suffolk
Festivals, signings, launch parties, television and radio discussions, book clubs, blogs, even BookTok - there are so many ways we can engage with authors and their work these days.
December 2022
Suffolk
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...
December 2022
Suffolk
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'.
December 2022
Suffolk
It could be the title of a book but it's actually one way Suffolk literary agent Emma Shercliff knows she's found a good author.
December 2022
Classic Boat
Historic Pin Mill yard in fine fettle. Visiting the historic boatyard in its picturesque setting beside the River Orwell on the Shotley Peninsula in Suffolk.
November 2022
Suffolk
It's 20 years since Jimmy Doherty picked up a fork and decided to turn a rundown farm just outside Ipswich into a going concern. They said he was mad - but what has he learned in two decades?
November 2022
Suffolk
What was it like to be a doctor in a hospital during the Covid-19 pandemic? Roopa Farooki coped by writing it all down in a memoir.
November 2022
Suffolk
Whether it's losing a corkscrew or the joy to be found in an orange, nearly being given some flowers or the frequency of men and buses, poet Wendy Cope delights fans with her humorous and pithy observations on life and love.
October 2022
Let's Talk
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
October 2022
Suffolk
Artist Tessa Newcomb has found just the thing she needed to lift her creative spirit - a garden she can grow and paint.
October 2022
Classic Boat
More and more women are finding the confidence to enter the very male world of boatbuilding.
September 2022
Let's Talk
Modern technology is being used to transform understanding of a fascinating part of Suffolk's wartime heritage, as Catherine Larner reports.
September 2022
Suffolk
Sarah Langford gave up working as a criminal defence lawyer to take on a family farm in Suffolk. It opened her eyes to a world of constant struggle, earnestly looking for change.
September 2022
Suffolk
Award-winning crime writer Ann Cleeves, creator of much-loved TV detective Vera Stanhope, heads to Southwold this month, the home of crime fiction, with revelations of her latest mystery.

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