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‘Crude Britannia was a road trip to explore deindustrialisation and climate breakdown’

‘Crude Britannia was a road trip to explore deindustrialisation and climate breakdown’

‘Crude Britannia was a road trip to explore deindustrialisation and climate breakdown’

26 May 2021

Co-author Terry Macalister on a five-year project on the effect of big oil on the UK


Lida Kindersley: a life engraved in stone

Lida Kindersley: a life engraved in stone

Lida Kindersley: a life engraved in stone

21 May 2021

After falling in love at first sight with an artist who would be a mentor and her husband, Lida Kindersley has dedicated her life to letter cutting.


‘Crude Britannia’: A Big Oil painting of the lies that wrecked the planet

‘Crude Britannia’: A Big Oil painting of the lies that wrecked the planet

‘Crude Britannia’: A Big Oil painting of the lies that wrecked the planet

12 May 2021

Cambridge journalist co-author’s new book is startling exposé of the fossil fuel era

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New book, Apparitions of East Anglia, delves into region’s hidden folklore

New book, Apparitions of East Anglia, delves into region’s hidden folklore

New book, Apparitions of East Anglia, delves into region’s hidden folklore

08 May 2021

Author, artist, software designer, lover of the outdoors and all-round folklore enthusiast, Chris Spalton, wrote the book during lockdown.


Cambridge the setting for author Bonnie MacBird’s fourth Sherlock Holmes novel

Cambridge the setting for author Bonnie MacBird’s fourth Sherlock Holmes novel

Cambridge the setting for author Bonnie MacBird’s fourth Sherlock Holmes novel

02 April 2021

Cambridge’s historic streets and hidden passages have long inspired stories of mystery and intrigue.


Professor Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge Business School discusses his new book

Professor Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge Business School discusses his new book

Professor Jaideep Prabhu of Cambridge Judge Business School discusses his new book

07 March 2021

The book explores, among other things, what the world’s governments can learn from the private sector.


Bookshop.org ecommerce platform is ‘saviour’ for The Book Warren in Willingham

Bookshop.org ecommerce platform is ‘saviour’ for The Book Warren in Willingham

Bookshop.org ecommerce platform is ‘saviour’ for The Book Warren in Willingham

04 March 2021

On World Book Day, some good news for independent stores – customers have raised over £1m to support local traders


Interview: BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Louise Hulland

Interview: BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Louise Hulland

Interview: BBC Radio Cambridgeshire presenter Louise Hulland

27 February 2021

The presenter, broadcaster and author is on air two mornings a week.


Jeffrey Archer rescues swan in Grantchester

Jeffrey Archer rescues swan in Grantchester

Jeffrey Archer rescues swan in Grantchester

25 February 2021

The novelist came to the rescue of the swan last week after it had wandered into the middle of a busy road.


Cambridge author's book explains the menstrual cycle in a way that children can understand

Cambridge author's book explains the menstrual cycle in a way that children can understand

Cambridge author's book explains the menstrual cycle in a way that children can understand

21 February 2021

Elizabeth Peck's book Why Does Mummy’s Tummy Hurt? has helped her young daughter understand the menstrual cycle.


The soul-searching refugee author who wants an Earth Government to end war

The soul-searching refugee author who wants an Earth Government to end war

The soul-searching refugee author who wants an Earth Government to end war

14 February 2021

Ageed Murad discusses his harrowing pre-UK life story and vision for the future outlined in ‘Me, You and the Next Generations’


Audiobook offers glimpse into Jane’s life of love and loss

Audiobook offers glimpse into Jane’s life of love and loss

Audiobook offers glimpse into Jane’s life of love and loss

07 February 2021

Cambridge author’s epic tale of caring for son David in Nepal


Cambridgeshire author’s new book offers a reason to smile

Cambridgeshire author’s new book offers a reason to smile

Cambridgeshire author’s new book offers a reason to smile

04 February 2021

Jake and the Unexpected Smile is a delightful children’s tale written and illustrated by Kim Temple.


Cambridge author Dr Michelle Tempest says we shouldn’t fear AI

Cambridge author Dr Michelle Tempest says we shouldn’t fear AI

Cambridge author Dr Michelle Tempest says we shouldn’t fear AI

30 January 2021

Cambridge doctor and author Michelle Tempest argues in her new book that we shouldn’t be scared of artificial intelligence.

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Death in Paradise creator and Cambridge graduate Robert Thorogood discusses the latest series

Death in Paradise creator and Cambridge graduate Robert Thorogood discusses the latest series

Death in Paradise creator and Cambridge graduate Robert Thorogood discusses the latest series

14 January 2021

The first episode of the 10th series of Death in Paradise aired last week, on the same day that Robert Thorogood's new novel was released.


Cambridgeshire author’s novel Finding Ruby proves to be a gem

Cambridgeshire author’s novel Finding Ruby proves to be a gem

Cambridgeshire author’s novel Finding Ruby proves to be a gem

13 January 2021

Linton-based school teacher Jemima Price has enjoyed the reaction to having her first novel, Finding Ruby, published.


Crime writer Sophie Hannah turns detective to solve the mystery of happiness

Crime writer Sophie Hannah turns detective to solve the mystery of happiness

Crime writer Sophie Hannah turns detective to solve the mystery of happiness

17 December 2020

The bestselling Cambridge author's new self help book uses Poirot's clue-hunting techniques to find out what really makes us happy.


Cambridge author Pippa Goodhart’s new twist on Dickens

Cambridge author Pippa Goodhart’s new twist on Dickens

Cambridge author Pippa Goodhart’s new twist on Dickens

10 December 2020

A new historical novel for children has taken the same source material Charles Dickens used to inspire his Oliver Twist.


Charlot King interview: A Christmas tale of murder at the meadows

Charlot King interview: A Christmas tale of murder at the meadows

Charlot King interview: A Christmas tale of murder at the meadows

28 November 2020

The Cambridge author's new novella is a seasonal mystery to curl up with at Christmas.


How sports presenter Joe Wilson wrote his children’s book on the train

How sports presenter Joe Wilson wrote his children’s book on the train

How sports presenter Joe Wilson wrote his children’s book on the train

28 November 2020

The BBC sports journalist reveals the beach sign that inspired his new island adventure story for children.


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