Coming straight to Cheltenham from Labour’s conference in Liverpool, Wes Streeting joined me at Cheltenham Town Hall on Thursday afternoon to discuss his ‘memoir of growing up and getting on’. Wes took a packed audience through the book’s intriguing title ‘One Boy,...
At Cheltenham interviewing Polly Toynbee about her fascinating new book, ‘An Uneasy Inheritance’. In part a biography of her distinguished antecedents, part memoir, part social history with a smattering of polemic, the book took Polly ten years to write. Whilst...
As you can see, they like big sofas at Henley. I was here last year with my latest book and hope to be back next year when ‘Death on the Thames’ will be published, (particularly as Henley is one of the most beautiful ‘on-Thames’ towns). But this year I’m here...
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