Former Camden Borough Commander John Sutherland talks about his Met career and first book Blue: A Memoir
The gradual deterioration of world order over the last 18 months has taken its toll on many of us, but not Stanley Johnson.
The Hampstead and Highgate Literary Festival runs in September with a host of book talks, music, walks and workshops.
The celebrated novel of Du Maurier, who spent her childhood in Hampstead, is accompanied by an introduction from Helen Dunmore
Hampstead’s Sweetpea Slight talks about her memoir recalling two eventful decades working for West End theatre impresario Thelma Holt.
The ex MEP and staunch Remainer talks to the Channel4 news presenter at Cecil Sharp House in Primrose Hill tonight with all proceeds going towards the ongoing funding of Primrose Hill Community Library
Highgate author Maeve Haran tells Ellie O’Donnell how researching her latest novel taught her about lemon growing and making her own citrus cocktails.
As her debut novel is filmed for a big budget Netflix series, and she publishes her second about British ex-pats, Lottie Moggach tells Bridget Galton about the joys of never straying too far from home
Amanda Craig tells Bridget Galton how her latest novel was inspired by the credit crunch. The Lie of the Land supposes what happens when baby boomers suffer a financial crisis that upends their lives
Author and journalist Jonathan Freedland talks to Zoe Paskett about his new book, To Kill the President under nom de plume Sam Bourne
Former West Hampstead marketing manager Victoria Slotover describes how her pipe dream of becoming a writer became a reality
Bridget Galton talks to ‘first lady of radio’ about her ‘important’ history of Britain’s top women
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