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Interview


Day in the life: Miriam Moss

The Argus:

6:00am Saturday 28th February 2015

Award-winning children’s author Miriam Moss, who is based in Lewes, has written a picture book for sat nav company TomTom as part of a promotion to highlight the value of parents reading to their children. Her previous books for children include Snow Bear, Wibble Wobble, and Matty In A Mess.

Sweet Charity of hit historical drama

The Argus:

6:00am Saturday 28th February 2015

Hannah Collisson speaks to Sussex’s own Charity Wakefield about donning Tudor garb to play Anne Boleyn’s sister Mary in the BBC’s Wolf Hall


 

Celebrating Sussex


Into Africa

The Argus:

6:00am Saturday 28th February 2015

Hannah Collisson speaks to Simon Fenton about ditching Brighton for a new life in a Senegalese village and his new book chronicling his journey

Make do and mend...

The Argus:

6:00am Saturday 21st February 2015

Kirsty Levett learns how to bring a new lease of life to old but well loved possessions at the Brighton Repair Cafe


Walks


Follow the West Sussex Literary Trail for a storybook day out

The Argus:

6:00am Saturday 28th February 2015

The West Sussex Literary Trail is followed from Horsham into open country where the route diverts to pass Shelley’s birthplace. The unstoppable march of development at Broadbridge Heath is evident before Vincent Hallett returns back to the town centre by a southern approach.


Travel


 

Books


Pain and parenthood

The Argus:

6:00am Saturday 28th February 2015

She’s had her share of criticism over the years, but Judy Finnigan knows that’s part of the fame game. And, she tells Hannah Stephenson, at 66 and now a proud grandma, it no longer upsets her


Nostalgia


High tides make a splash

The Argus:

12:00pm Tuesday 3rd March 2015

A woman felt the full force of a supertide last week in Brighton. FLORA THOMPSON delves into The Argus archives for other memorable high tides in Sussex...


Gardening


Truth behind Henry VIII's game of thorns

The Argus:

6:00am Saturday 21st February 2015

As a horticultural manual written in 1304 and said to have inspired Henry VIII goes on display, Hannah Stephenson investigates whether there’s any truth in some of its bizarre claims...


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