Lady Fiona Carnarvon cranes her neck to take in the 20ft Christmas tree at Highclere Castle – the setting of ITV’s hit period drama Downton Abbey – and admires her work.
As many as 16 million Brits suffer from sleep deprivation.
Comedian-turned-novelist David Baddiel admits he is a big kid at heart. And that, he says, is why he found the transition from adult to children’s books so natural.
Former sports reporter Robin Scott Elliot quit his full-time job three times in pursuit of writing “grown-up” historical fiction.
The mother of a student found dead after her boyfriend bullied and beat her is to launch a major drive to help Scotland’s universities protect other potential victims.
TV presenter Clare Balding admits she will be harbouring a special wish when she steps on to the stage to host the BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year 2019 in Aberdeen.
The Castlegate has for its focal point the Citadel – a castellated mansion on the site of the medieval Aberdeen Castle – as well as the Mercat Cross, built 1686 by architect John Montgomery.
Alex Gray stumbled on the idea for The Stalker at a book event in 2015 – where two fans followed her with particular enthusiasm.
At 74, rock legend Pete Townshend, the songwriting powerhouse and lead guitarist in The Who, is showing no signs of slowing down.
Just before he died, Libby Elliott’s dad told her to go out and really live her life.
As diplomatic editor for Sky News, Tim Marshall survived being bombed and shot at. But his knowledge informed his best-seller Prisoners of Geography.