Category: Celebrity Interviews

“I quite fancy being a marine iguana”- Presenter turned author Penny Smith chats to World of Books about her pet peeves, her funniest anecdotes, and her novels 1

“I quite fancy being a marine iguana”- Presenter turned author Penny Smith chats to World of Books about her pet peeves, her funniest anecdotes, and her novels

By Admin Penelope Smith, television presenter and personality, newsreader and writer, was born 21st September 1958 in Eastwood. In her early years, Penny attended Uppingham Primary School in Uppingham and the Rutland High School...

“We are all fascinated by the idea of being able to know what life was like so many thousands of years ago – how humanity has changed and how it hasn’t” Dr Michael Scott talks to World of Books about Indiana Jones, running the original marathon, and the film 300 1

“We are all fascinated by the idea of being able to know what life was like so many thousands of years ago – how humanity has changed and how it hasn’t” Dr Michael Scott talks to World of Books about Indiana Jones, running the original marathon, and the film 300

By Admin Dr Michael Scott’s passion of the ancient world led him to read Classics at Christ’s College, Cambridge where he gained a 1st class degree and masters while studying in Italy, France, Germany,...

“In the end we’re all human and we all have our faults. That’s what’s nice about books – you can create perfect heroes”. An interview with author and comedian Charlie Higson 2

“In the end we’re all human and we all have our faults. That’s what’s nice about books – you can create perfect heroes”. An interview with author and comedian Charlie Higson

By Admin Charles Murray Higson, English author, actor, and comedian, was born 3rd July 1958. He attended Sevenoaks School, and later went on to the University of East Anglia, where he formed a band...