A former teacher with 20 years of experience, Joe Nutt has written books on Shakespeare, John Donne and, most recently, a guidebook to Milton’s Paradise Lost.
My Favourite Holiday
MANDY MUDEN came to mainstream attention with her style of magic and comedy when she reached the semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent last year.
In the run-up to Christmas, Gillian Monks reckons she has an alternative to modern ultra-commercialism.
Star of BBC Scotland’s Scot Squad and Two Doors Down, as well as a wrestler on ITV’s revival of World Of Sport, Graeme Stevely, aka Grado, has made a name for himself on two fronts.
BEST-SELLING, award-winning author Catriona McPherson has written more than 20 crime novels.
AUTHOR Niall Cunniffe was born in County Roscommon, Ireland, but now lives in London.
CORNELIUS LYSAGHT is well-known to BBC radio listeners as a racing correspondent, usually on 5Live.
BEFORE becoming an author, Hilary Boyd was a nurse, marriage counsellor and ran a small cancer charity.
My Favourite Holiday: I love the crazy coffee and cheesy music of Paris, says STV’s Kelly-Ann Woodland
KELLY-ANN Woodland co-anchors the new-look STV News At Six, which launched earlier this month.
My Favourite Holiday: Luxury, history and a spot of pampering for Real Housewives of Cheshire star Perla Barton
ONE of two new faces on ITVBe’s hugely popular Real Housewives Of Cheshire, Perla Barton is married to self-made millionaire Jonathan Barton.
A FAMILIAR voice to BBC Radio Scotland listeners through her travel bulletins and newsreading duties, Theresa Talbot, 53, is also an author.