Leigh Chambers welcomes award-winning historical biographer, Clare Mulley. Clare talks about her latest book The Women Who Flew For Hitler which examines the contrasting but strangely parallel lives of two female pilots awarded medals for their services to the Third Reich. We also hear from Writer-In-Residence for the A14, Daisy Johnson, on finding poetry in a congested highway. And Caron Freeborn talks about celebrating neuro-diversity in her novel, Presenting The Fabulous O’Leary’s.
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