Lynda La Plante talks about acting and DCI Jane Tennison.
Suzette Hill tells us about starting a writing career in retirement, how she came to set her latest novels in Southwold and her passion for reading.
Alice Feeney tells us how she wrote her debut novel Sometimes I Lie.
Isabelle Grey tells us about working with Jimmy McGovern, how she writes her crime novels, and why she thinks libraries are important.
Beth Underdown tells us about writing The Witchfinder's Sister and shares some details about her next book.
Sophie Hannah shares her love for Agatha Christie and tells us about her next book.
Joanna Cannon tells us about writing The Trouble with Goats and Sheep early in the morning and during her lunch breaks while working as a psychiatrist.
Keggie Carew tells us all about writing her Costa Biography Prize-winning book Dadland.
Swedish writer Katarina Bivald discusses how she loved reading and writing from a young age, and encourages Suffolk book groups to talk to her about her book, The Readers of Broken Wheel Recommend.