Articles published in 2021

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September 2021
Suffolk
A love of ear spoons is just one of the things you'll learn about Vikings from Cat Weldon's 'How to be a Hero' books for young readers. The Suffolk-raised author admits she's indulging her passion for all things Norse.
September 2021
Suffolk
Aldeburgh-based illustrator Astra Taylor-Todd has forged a brilliant new career creating children's books inspired by her global travels and an 1,800 mile trek across America.
September 2021
Suffolk
Following the progress of the mighty replica of the Sutton Hoo Anglo-Saxon burial ship being lovingly built across the river at Woodbridge.
September 2021
Country Life
After years of nurturing a great garden, passing on the responsibility to younger custodians is easier if it's kept in the family. Visiting Attadale Gardens, Helmingham Hall and The Manor Hemingford Grey.
August 2021
Suffolk
We owe many of our modern ways to the Anglo-Saxons - they're in our DNA - yet we know so little about what they were really like. Historian Marc Morris will attempt to shed some light on our mysterious ancestors when he comes to Aldeburgh Literary Festival next month.
August 2021
Suffolk
What would you do if you were Prime Minister for a day? Amber Rudd is in no doubt. 'I would have an all female Cabinet. I'd fire all the men'.
August 2021
Suffolk
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.
August 2021
Suffolk
In the drab days of lockdown, nature warden Paul Green found joy in sculpting birds like the ones that visited his garden. His exquisite models became a TV hit, loved by celebrities, with Grayson Perry a devoted fan.
July 2021
Suffolk
Lawbreakers on the run, missing persons, suspected UFOs... Adrian Bleese has seen them all from the seat of a police helicopter.
July 2021
Suffolk
Why do statues have such power to unite and divide us? It's a question writer Bee Rowlatt will be exploring at this year's Primadonna Festival in Stowmarket.
July 2021
Suffolk
In the spirit of inventiveness that created the world's first operational radar station, Bawdsey Radar Trust is developing exciting, innovative ways to tell its story to the world.
June 2021
Suffolk
Why do certain places call to us? Why do we connect to some environments and not others? It's a topic gardening writer Anna Pavord will explore when she visits Suffolk, a county she has come to love.
June 2021
Suffolk
Has the Covid pandemic made scientists of us all? Evolutionary biologist and author Richard Dawkins believes it may, at least, have increased our understanding of the importance of science and the world we live in.
June 2021
Suffolk
Felixstowe Book Festival patron Esther Freud's ninth novel imagines what might have happened had her mother's complicated life taken a more sinister path.
June 2021
Suffolk
That's the Waveney and Blyth Valley, where you can experience sculpture among 10 acres of wildflower meadows, woods and gardens.

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