20th - 29th
September 2024

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2023 Book Events
James Gravenor
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2023 Book Events

Book Events take place mornings and evenings.

If you are interested in our landscape, Sally Coulthard (E3) offers ‘A History of the Countryside’, Jack Cornish from The Ramblers tells us about ‘The Lost Paths’, footpaths now untrodden which tell us so much about our social history (E4), while Thomas Halliday evokes the sights, smells and sounds of our evolving planet in his ‘epically cinematic’ work ‘Otherlands’ (E20).

If inspiring lives are more your thing, Michael Smith re-examines the life of Ernest Shackleton (E5), Joanna Williams reveals the achievements of the remarkable
Lydia Becker (E14), Sir Nick Young talks to us about his eventful life as Chief Executive of the Red Cross (E19) and Lucy Adlington tells the extraordinary story of ‘The Dressmakers of Auschwitz’ (E8).

Children’s Events, a Book Fair, bookbinding workshops and many more good things await you in our varied programme.

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