Leigh Chambers’ featured guest is Laura Freeman, Chief Art Critic for The Times, talking about her book Ways of Life; Jim Ede and the Kettle’s Yard Artists, which looks at the history and ethos behind one of Cambridge’s most famous art galleries. Rachel Meller explains how exploring her family history influenced her book The Box with the Sunflower Clasp; Uncovering a Jewish Family’s Flight to Wartime Shanghai. And Antonia Byatt reflects on the First Story Young Writers Festival that took place recently at Downing College.
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