Jonathan Mortimer explores what is happening in our village communities in the face of a changing world.
Discover the names and causes of some well-known but largely overlooked female historical figures
A very skillfully curated selection of gins, put together by a real expert on the subject.
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What is the role of democracy in the world today and is it under threat?
Join best-selling author and the real Countess of Downton Abbey, Lady Carnarvon for a very
The question of Europe has dominated British politics for the past two years. It is the defining issue of the current era.
The author, Clover Stroud, uses her expertise as a writer and journalist to bring her dark and turbulent past into vivid technicolour.
Ayesha's Gift is the story of a second-generation Pakistani woman, Ayesha Rahman, who is searching for answers to her questions.
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In his debut novel Keith Stuart takes us on a father's journey to understanding and
If you’re not familiar with Jenni Murray, the presenter of Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, it
Sir Bryn Terfel speaks about his outstanding career, ahead of his performance in Harrogate on Saturday 29 July.
This year’s Harrogate Music Festival is themed around the idea of generations. The performance of
Welsh bass-baritone Sir Bryn Terfel is an opera star in global demand. He makes a
From the very young to the rather more mature, Harrogate Festival has two events lined-up
A History of Harrogate. Harrogate's foremost historian Malcolm Neesam explores the role that music
Jack was your Great Uncle, how did you first come across his letters, and what
Harrogate Music Festival opened in spectacular fashion on Friday 30th June with a performance of