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Foyle's War creator Anthony Horowitz says the current series of the detective drama will probably be his last...That's an awful lot of crimes, clues, bodies, suspects, mysteries and chases," he said of the drama, which began in 2002. "Although I've
Anthony will be appearing at Imagine on Tuesday 19 February Anthony Horowitz Anthony Horowitz: 'I don't really like the word hobbies...' Photograph: Andy Paradise / Rex Features Did anyone inspire you to write when you were at school?
Is the new nationwide reading competition, Read for My School, the perfect antidote to January blues? Running from 21 January to 22 March 2013, the scheme is open to years five and six, with a bursting list of 90 books that children are encouraged to
teases the reader with tantalising cliffhangers. Photograph: Murdo Macleod "I've got a big story to tell," says the narrator in the first chapter of Oblivion . "The end of the world and stories don't get any bigger than that." The fifth and final
Set in a world destroyed by the Old Ones and ruled by famine, terrorism and war, it's about the struggle between five extraordinary teenagers and the forces of darkness.
Adrian Sherratt/Alamy Fancy reading a new Lauren Child or Anthony Horowitz book for just £1? You'll get the chance in March next year when the new batch of £1 books come out for World Book Day 2013. To encourage children to read, a list of titles by
You have to wait a year, but new episodes of Foyles War will be returning to PBS in 2013.Masterpiece Mystery, along with Acorn Media and Eleventh Hour Films, have come together to do a trio of episodes starring Michael Kitchen and
This year proved to be a pearler, quite literally, when the Paspaley pearling family kicked off proceedings last Sunday by hosting a luncheon to showcase its latest object of desire: a necklace with pearls almost the size of billiard balls worth well
The York Festival of Ideas begins on June 14th and features a diverse programme of talks, exhibitions and performances. (TRAVPR.COM) UK - May 29th, 2012 - '
Michael Hann's words being used to lure customers to see Rock of Ages at London's Shaftesbury Theatre. Photograph: Sarah Lee for the Guardian The novelist Anthony Horowitz should not really have been surprised when some choice lines from an interview