October sees the annual Cheltenahm Literature Festival and this year I’ve spent in excess of £150 on tickets and new books to read. Continue reading
The Cheltenham Literature Festival took place at the beginning of this month. I always end up spending far too much money on books and it takes me ages to get through them all! Continue reading
Those who know me well know that I am a keen follower of politics – something I became interested in during my time at Cirencester College, when shortly after the 2010 election, my journalism lecturer spent quite a bit of… Continue reading
Last night I went to a debate on the European Union at the Cheltenham Literature Festival. UKIP leader Nigel Farage, Cheltenham MP Martin Horwood, The Times Berlin Correspondent David Charter, and The Times columnist Oliver Kamm were discussing the issue… Continue reading
Yesterday evening I was back at the Cheltenham Literature Festival to see the ‘World Outside My Window‘ event – Broadcaster Kate Adie and Christopher Meyer, former British Ambassador to the US.
The Cheltenham Literature Festival is taking place this week in the center of Cheltenham, and I’ve got tickets to quite a few events…
Its not often that I’m away from home on a Saturday night, but this weekend I spent an extra night at my house in Cheltenham in order to go to the Cheltenham Literature Festival.
As I think most people involved in radio will know, listeners of BBC Radio 4 are extremely loyal to the station and the shows they listen to – about 10 million listeners tune in to an average of 12 hours… Continue reading
One of the best things about living in Cheltenham is that it means I’m within reach of the many festivals in the area, such as the Cheltenham Literature Festival and the Cheltenham Jazz Festival.