Psalter goes online to reach new audience In the University of Cambridge digital library
Alex Spencer talks to Cambridge author Bex Hogan about Venom, the second book in The Isles of Storm and Sorrow series, and her teen pirate heroine
The ‘lite’ version of the spring festival will be available online from Friday April 17 to Sunday April 19.
Lifecoaches Judy and Adrian Reith's new guide to living the life you want in retirement has lessons for anyone feeling cooped up at home.
A stash of secret letters, a shadowy figure and one of England’s most famous authors inspired Gill Hornby’s new novel. Alex Spencer finds out more
Cambridgeshire author Bianca D'Agostino has written an uplifting children’s book entitled You Are Not the Boss of Me.
Alex Spencer talks with Tom Watson the former deputy leader of the Labour Party who has shunned sugar and turned his health around
The former government minister is set to present Apocalypse How?: Technology and the Threat of Disaster at the Cambridge Literary Festival next month.
Cambridge author, illustrator and educator Kelley Donner has published two more books in her Happy Heads series.
When Mandy Morton's beloved cat died, she took the unusual step of turning her into a fictional detective, as Alex Spencer finds out.
Bestselling author's new World War II spy thriller delves into Hitler’s secret life and a devastating weapon that could have destroyed the Nazis