Posted on 3rd Nov, 2016 by Sally Campbell
Helen Czerski is a physicist, oceanographer and broadcaster with a passion for revealing the wonder in our everyday lives. Her fascination with the world of fast-moving, small-scale phenomena led her first to undertake a PhD in Experimental Explosive Physics at Cambridge University and has since led her to the study of ocean bubble formation. Her first book A Storm in a Teacup is a brilliantly entertaining introduction to physics in general that manages to make this hugley complex topic accessible to all.
Posted on 4th Jul, 2016 by Sally Campbell
Award-winning author and illustrator duo Neil Gaiman and Chris Riddell discuss their mutual love of illustration and their newest collaboration, Neverwhere.
Posted on 27th May, 2016 by Peter Whitehead
Illustration hyperstar Oliver Jeffers, the genius behind the instant-classics Lost and Found and How to Catch a Star, and ground-breaking typographer Sam Winston present A Child of Books. Watch the video below.
Posted on 18th May, 2016 by Rose Tremain
On the eve of her new novel The Gustav Sonata's publication, Orange and Whitbread-winning author Rose Tremain looks back on forty years of writing and the unexpected places it has taken her.