BBC Bake Off winner Nadiya publishes her first cook book. With chapters ranging from 'Lazy Sunday Mornings' to 'Midnight Feasts', 'Snacks and Sharing' to 'Dessert for Dinner', there's a dish for any time of the day, for all of the family. She offers innovative twists on traditional classics and the perfect recipe for those staple meals and bakes.
Lean in 15 - the shape plan: 15 minute meals with workouts to build a strong, lean body by Joe Wicks
Joe Wicks, author of the blockbuster fitness book Lean in 15 returns with his new title. This one is all about shaping the body by combining Joe's signature 15-minute recipes with short bursts of intensive cardio and resistance training. Taking your fitness to the next level, this shaping cycle introduces Joe's own volume resistance HIIT workouts. Maintaining his ethos of not spending hours in the gym, he explains how these sessions will see you achieving great muscle-shaping effects, increasing your metabolic rate and seeing your body burn even more calories. To complement the training, Joe has 100 new recipes that will ensure you gain lean mass while simultaneously burning fat.
On his 17th birthday, Adrian Doherty was offered a five-year contract - unprecedented for a Manchester United youngster at that time - and told by Alex Ferguson that he was destined for stardom. A contemporary of Ryan Wilson (Giggs) and Paul Scholes he was a certainty to become a superstar. But what followed over the next decade is a tale so mysterious, so shocking, so unusual, ultimately so tragic, that you are left wondering how on earth it has been untold for so long.
My beloved man: the letters of Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears edited by Vicki P Stroeher and Nicholas Clark
Another title with local interest. My beloved man brings together the complete surviving correspondence between Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears.
Love from boy: Roald Dahl's extraordinary letters to his mother by Roald Dahl and edited by Donals Sturrock
"Dear Mama, I am having a lovely time here. We play football every day here. The beds have no springs." So begins the first letter that a nine-year-old Roald Dahl penned to his mother, Sofie Magdalene, under the watchful eye of his boarding-school headmaster. For most of his life, Roald Dahl continued to write weekly letters to his mother, chronicling his adventures, frustrations and opinions, from the delights of childhood to the excitements of flying as a World War II fighter pilot and the thrill of meeting top politicians and movie stars during his time as a diplomat and spy in Washington. And, unbeknown to Roald, his mother lovingly kept every single one of them. Sofie was, in many ways, Roald's first reader. It was she who encouraged him to tell stories and nourished his desire to fabricate, exaggerate and entertain.
There has been a lot of coverage in the media recently about undercover cops. Joe Carter tells the story of what it was like to be a real one.
Nowadays Chris Boardman is probably best known as the co-presenter of ITV's Tour de France coverage, but beyond the TV persona Chris Boardman is one of our greatest cyclists. Boardman's achievements in the 80s and 90s - Olympic track gold, the world hour record, repeatedly claiming the yellow jersey in the Tour de France - were the spark that started the modern era for British cycling.