Festival at a Glance 2013
THURSDAY 11TH APRIL
- 9.30am Alan J W Bell - Last of the Summer Wine: From the Director's Chair
- 10.00am Rick Vanes - Fiction Writing Workshop (sessions from 10am)
- 12noon Literary Lunch at the Crescent Hotel with David Hewson
- 12.30pm The Vincent Billington Memorial Concert: So Deep in the Night
- 3.00pm Emotional Landscapes with Lesley Pearse and Dorothy Koomson
- 5.30pm David Lodge
- 8.00pm Fact and Fiction Crime Pathology Event with Mark Billingham and Stuart Hamilton
FRIDAY 12TH APRIL
- 10.00am Peggy Riley 'Where Do Ideas Come From?' Workshop
- 10.00am Gina Campbell - Daughter of Bluebird
- 10.00am Rick Vanes - Scriptwriting Workshop (sessions from 10am)
- 12.30pm Helen Womack - The Ice Walk
- 2.00pm Imogen Taylor & Morgan McCarthy 'How To Get Published?' Workshop
- 3.00pm Steve Mosby
- 3.00pm William Sitwell on Seven Sitwells
- 5.30pm Steve Benbow - The Urban Bee Keeper
- 8.00pm William Sitwell - Ten Dishes that Changed the World
SATURDAY 13TH APRIL
- 10.00am The Secret Listeners: How the 'Y' Service Intercepted German Codes for Bletchley Park by Sinclair McKay
- 12noon Literary Lunch at the Crescent Hotel with Hazel Cushion
- 12.30pm The Wimpy Kid Show
- 3.00pm Joanne Harris
- 5.00pm British Crime Film Panel - Barry Forshaw, Mike Hodges and Peter Guttridge
- 7.00pm Ian Buxton - Whisky Event
- 8.00pm Delightful Terror: A Guide to Gothic Fiction by Dr Kevin Corstorphine
SUNDAY 14TH APRIL
- 10.00am Penny Junor - Prince William: Born to be King
- 10.30am Seven Deadly Sins Book Group with Anne Zouroudi
- 12.30pm John Gordon Sinclair
- 3.00pm Lucy Worsley If Walls Could Talk:An Intimate History of the Home
- 5.00pm Festival Finale - Medieval Murderers with Susanna Gregory, Karen Maitland and Michael Jecks
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