Jarrold Spring Literary Lunch 2016
Tuesday 10 May, 12 for 12.30pm
Top of the Terrace, Norwich City Football Club
Join us for one of the highlights of our book event calendar.
We are delighted to welcome Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley, Steve Silk and Pete Hanington.
Our Literary lunches are invariably popular and successful, the perfect way to hear several great authors speaking about their recently published books. We welcome you to a lovely lunch containing recipes from the Hemsley new cook book - Good & Simple and the pleasure of listening to all the authors as they entertain us after lunch.
Tickets £29.50 includes 2 course lunch and coffee, available from Customer services, floor 2 and online.
Hemsley and Hemsley
Sisters Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley have taken the health and wellness industry by storm since launching their family-run business in 2010 for people who want to live healthier, happier lives. Within two weeks of creating their blog the girls were asked to contribute to Vogue.co.uk, where they are still regular columnists. In 2015 the Hemsleys launched their sell-out Hemsley Spiralizer, the new must-have kitchen tool. Hemsley + Hemsley continue to cook and consult for celebrities and high-profile events around the world.
Good + Simple
Good + Simple is for anyone who wants easy, affordable everyday eating that is both nutritious and delicious. This is about enjoying real home cooking. No frills, no fad dieting, this beautiful cookbook will show readers how simple, achievable and tasty eating well can be. Good + Simple, the follow-up to the international bestseller, The Art of Eating Well, is an accessible and practical cookbook that will appeal to H+H fans, those new to healthy eating or anyone looking to make nutritious meals. Jasmine and Melissa’s motto is ‘Good food, good mood, good digestion, good health!’ Packed with over 140 brand-new, affordable recipes, H+H strip back the principles of lifelong healthy eating to make eating well easy to understand and maintain.
Steve Silk is a journalist with the BBC, working on the Look East regional news programme at The Forum in Norwich. Married with two teenaged daughters, he lives in Loddon.
Hidden Riverside Norwich
Hidden Riverside Norwich is his second book, his first on The Wherryman’s Way won its category at the EDP/Jarrold Book Awards in 2010.
A keen canoeist, Steve paddled the length of the Wensum between Ringland and Norwich many times to capture the photos used in his latest book.
He is now researching a third book on the Great North Road and plans to cycle from London to Edinburgh over eight days in 2017 as part of that project.
Peter Hanington has worked for BBC Radio 4's Today Programme for fourteen years and throughout the Iraqi and Afghanistan conflicts. He initiated and ran the special guest editor programmes and has also worked on various special projects including collaborations with the Manchester International Festival and Glastonbury. He lives in London with his wife and two children.
A Dying Breed
When a bomb goes off killing a local official, William Carver, a veteran but unpredictable BBC hack, is warned off the story from every direction. But his instincts tell him something isn’t right and he won’t give up until he finds the truth. Patrick, a junior producer, is sent out to control the wayward Carver, but as the story unravels it looks like powerful forces are colluding to ensure the real story never sees the light of day.
Set in a shadowy le-Carre-esque world, A Dying Breed is about journalism in a time of war, about how hard it is to tell the stories that need to be told and how much easier it is not to.