Sunday, 09 December 2018

Reply that haunts Keegan 20 years on

HE has won league titles, managed England and been named the best footballer in the world on two occasions, but Kevin Keegan still ...

 

Charity’s approach works...

Charity’s approach works...

Smart Works Festival Hub LONG-TERM unemployment, illness, divorce, redundancy — these are all things that can severely knock a woman’s ...

 

Oops...

IRVINE WELSH was looking forward to returning to Henley and sent an email to the festival confirming: “Yes, I’ll arrive on Sunday by ...

 

Women should not be silenced by internet trolls

Women should not be silenced by internet trolls

NEWSREADER Cathy Newman says political discourse has been eroded by social media. Speaking on the final day of this year’s Henley ...

 

Extended festival draws in the crowds

Extended festival draws in the crowds

THE director of the Henley Literary Festival says this year’s event was the strongest and most diverse yet. Sue Ryan praised the ...

 

Organisers delight at another record year for literary festival

Organisers delight at another record year for literary festival

The programming director of the Henley Literary Festival says he is thrilled after the event celebrated another record-breaking year. ...

 

No nose for news

JOURNALIST Stephen Robinson was accompanied by his dog Truffle when he went to interview Les Hinton at the Henley Literary Festival. ...

 

Film ‘facts’ irritated me, says Jane Hawking

Film ‘facts’ irritated me, says Jane Hawking

JANE HAWKING criticised the Oscar-nominated film adaptation of her memoir at the 12th annual Henley Literary Festival, saying it ...

 

Bestseller to speak at festival

Bestseller to speak at festival

THE author behind international bestseller Big Little Lies has been added to this year’s Henley Literary Festival line-up. Australian ...

 

Fearne Cotton to make festival return

Baby can come too

BROADCASTER Fearne Cotton is among the names to be added to the line-up for this year’s Henley Literary Festival. She will discuss her ...

 

Olympic champion to speak at festival

Olympic champion to speak at festival

AN Olympic champion and a former rock drummer are among the latest names added to the line-up for this year’s Henley Literary Festival....

 

Cricketer and food writer join literary festival line-up

Cricketer and food writer join literary festival line-up

ENGLAND cricketer Moeen Ali, food writer Jack Monroe and journalist Louise Minchin are among the latest names announced for this ...

 

Former ministers to speak at festival

TWO former home secretaries and the creator of the best-selling children’s series Horrid Henry will appear at this year’s Henley ...

 

Princess, politician and prostrate TV presenter

Princess, politician and prostrate TV presenter

THE Henley Literary Festival celebrated its 11th year with a host of star names and record-breaking ticket sales. Organisers hailed ...

 

Spice, books and hope from Calcutta trio

Spice, books and hope from Calcutta trio

Henley Literary Festival: A Night in Calcutta (Monday 2 October, 6.30pm) Review by Alison Stodolnic At most literary festival talks, ...

 

Comedian switches festival date

Comedian switches festival date

RUSSELL BRAND has rescheduled his appearance at this year’s Henley Literary Festival. The comedian and actor, who lives near Henley, ...

 

Clegg to speak

Clegg to speak

FORMER deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has been added to the line-up of the Henley Literary Festival. The former Liberal Democrat ...

 

Literary festival cuts ticket prices as thank-you to supporters

Literary festival cuts ticket prices as thank-you to supporters

PRICES for this year’s Henley Literary Festival have been cut, organisers have announced. Tickets go on sale on Monday for the annual ...

 

She'll be back soon

MARY BERRY is among the latest names to join the line-up for this year’s Henley Literary Festival. She will be joined by fellow TV ...

 

Tennis star's mother among new names added to literary line-up

Tennis star's mother among new names added to literary line-up

JUDY Murray, Chris Patten, June Sarpong, Phil Tufnell and Armando Iannucci are the latest speakers to be confirmed for this year’s ...