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Interview


Author's new children's book to be read across the county

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6:00am Saturday 31st January 2015

Hannah Collisson speaks to bestselling author William Sutcliffe whose first novel for younger children has been chosen for Brighton’s Young City Reads 2015

Lloyd Newson on meaning and movement in physical theatre

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6:00am Saturday 24th January 2015

Hannah Collisson speaks to Lloyd Newson, creative director of multi award-winning physical theatre company DV8, about his latest work.


 

Celebrating Sussex


Call to the wild

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6:00am Saturday 31st January 2015

Hannah Collisson talks to two of the Sussex-based authors behind a guide to inspiring children and young people with outdoor activities.

Graphic realities of war: new Brighton book project invites submissions from young people

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6:00am Saturday 24th January 2015

Hannah Collisson speaks to Sarah Hutchings from QueenSpark Books about a project to tell stories from World War One in a unique way


Walks


St Leonards Stroll

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6:00am Saturday 31st January 2015

With very wet underfoot conditions due to this winter’s rain, John Harmer keeps mainly to urban paths around St Leonards for his walk this month. He makes use of side roads and twittens, and visits three gardens. The longer option also includes a local nature reserve:


Travel


 

Books


Dieting don'ts

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6:00am Saturday 31st January 2015

With the plethora of weight loss books out this month, journalist and serial slimmer Rebecca Harrington tells Hannah Stephenson about the celebrity diets she has followed – and why so many of them left her gagging...


Nostalgia


Close up: Old charitable institutions of Brighton

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6:00am Saturday 31st January 2015

I have long been interested in the old charitable institutions of Brighton, probably after I discovered a male benefactor with the unbelievable name of Swan Downer, whose charity has been one of the most benevolent, enabling scores of poor young girls to be well clothed and educated from 1816 to 1939.


Gardening


Growing trends

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6:00am Saturday 31st January 2015

Garden designer, broadcaster and Chelsea gold medal winner Chris Beardshaw looks at what we are likely to see in Britain’s gardens this year


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