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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.


Antarctic Atlas: risking everything for a map

Antarctic Atlas: risking everything for a map

Antarctic Atlas: risking everything for a map

26 November 2020

Hanging out with a penguin colony and skiing down glaciers are all part of the job for Antarctic map maker Peter Fretwell.


Cambridge author’s uplifting story of feral children escaping the Gestapo’s clutches

Cambridge author’s uplifting story of feral children escaping the Gestapo’s clutches

Cambridge author’s uplifting story of feral children escaping the Gestapo’s clutches

23 November 2020

Cambridge author David Laws on the inspiration for his new novel, 'Führer's Children'


Tom Karen: the inventor who had designs on your childhood

Tom Karen: the inventor who had designs on your childhood

Tom Karen: the inventor who had designs on your childhood

20 November 2020

The chances are you will have played with a toy, ridden on a bike or seen a car that was designed by Cambridge's Tom Karen - he created the 70s.


Cambridge-based author publishes a collection of poems

Cambridge-based author publishes a collection of poems

Cambridge-based author publishes a collection of poems

12 November 2020

Philosophical Muse and Stuff ‘n’ Nonsense is by first-time author Stephen Oldham.


Comberton author has 101 words to save the world

Comberton author has 101 words to save the world

Comberton author has 101 words to save the world

07 November 2020

Novel output covers a palette of writing styles


Cambridge author Kelley Donner's new children's book finds Father Christmas 'elf-isolating'

Cambridge author Kelley Donner's new children's book finds Father Christmas 'elf-isolating'

Cambridge author Kelley Donner's new children's book finds Father Christmas 'elf-isolating'

05 November 2020

Just as Santa decides he has no choice but to furlough his elves, a bright young elf brings him a letter that changes everything.


A written remembrance of Grantchester villagers killed in WWI

A written remembrance of Grantchester villagers killed in WWI

A written remembrance of Grantchester villagers killed in WWI

05 November 2020

Resident pays tribute through just-published book


Can you spot Cambridge’s ten quirkiest landmarks?

Can you spot Cambridge’s ten quirkiest landmarks?

Can you spot Cambridge’s ten quirkiest landmarks?

31 October 2020

Author Andrew Kersham, reveals some of the strange stories behind the city's most unusual landmarks in his new book, Walking Cambridge

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Nina Stibbe interview: my wild childhood made me a writer

Nina Stibbe interview: my wild childhood made me a writer

Nina Stibbe interview: my wild childhood made me a writer

29 October 2020

Ahead of her conversation with Helen Lederer at the Cambridge Literary Festival, the author of Reasons to be Cheerful talks to Alex Spencer


Cambridge author’s 12th novel celebrates love for oldies

Cambridge author’s 12th novel celebrates love for oldies

Cambridge author’s 12th novel celebrates love for oldies

28 October 2020

‘Kiss Goodbye’ by Jennifer Chapman ‘reflects life as it is’


Matt Haig interview: the accidental mental health guru

Matt Haig interview: the accidental mental health guru

Matt Haig interview: the accidental mental health guru

15 October 2020

Author Matt Haig is coming to the Winter Cambridge Literary Festival to talk about his most personal novel yet, The Midnight Library.


Fairy tales, myths and stories retold for feminists by Cambridge-based author

Fairy tales, myths and stories retold for feminists by Cambridge-based author

Fairy tales, myths and stories retold for feminists by Cambridge-based author

15 October 2020

‘The Princess and the Prick’ adds hilarity to age-old genres


Fox picture book helps children understand death

Fox picture book helps children understand death

Fox picture book helps children understand death

04 October 2020

A picture book is an unexpected place to find a discussion of death, but Cambridgeshire author Isabel Thomas enjoys talking about big ideas with kids.

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Discover the treasures of the Cambridge University Library

Discover the treasures of the Cambridge University Library

Discover the treasures of the Cambridge University Library

03 October 2020

Fragile documents from Isaac Newton's notebooks to an ancient handwritten bible and Shakespeare's First Folio are now on Google Arts and Culture.


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