@7pm - Lit Dinner. Enjoy dinner @ Curry Garden with three writers. Colin Grant, Daljlit Nagra and Lennox Morrison
@7.30pm - Tracy Borman presents: Thomas Comwell. The Author is also the Chief Executive of Heritage Education Trust and joint Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces.
@1pm - In Montmartre: Picasso, Matisse and Modernism in Paris. Sue Roe brings to life the bohemian world of art in Paris between 1900-1910.
@5.30pm - Christmas in the Creative Quarter.
@7.30pm - Austentatious: An Improvised Jane Austen Novel. An hour long comedy play spun in the style of Jane Austen.
@10.30am - Cafe Philo with Kate Figes. Join Kate for coffee and croissants @ Rocksalt and discuss monogamy and betrayal.
@11.30am - Andrew Martin presents: Belles & Whistles. Combining humour and historical anecdote, the author looks at five journeys through time on Britain's trains.
@1pm - John Bradshaw presents: Dogs & Cats - The Animals Amongst Us. Founder and Director of the Anthrozoology Institute, Dr Bradshaw Listen talks about his findings on your favourite pet.
@4pm - Judith Flanders. The acclaimed author and historian talks through mini histories of household items.
@5.30pm - Michael Frayn. Talking about his most recent novel, Skios.
@7pm - Claire Tomalin. The author talks about Charles Dickens, his relationship with Nelly Terman and Claire's own contribution to the film, The Invisible Woman.
@10.30am - Paper Making Workshop. Learn how to make paper with the one day workshop with Jonathan Korejko.
@11.00am - David Marsh: Who the Bell Tolls. Working for newspapers for 40 years, David will talk about grammar, the stuff that people treally need to know.
@12.30pm - Geordie Greig: Breakfast with Lucian. The former friend of Lucian shares some of his stories recounted from around the breakfast table.
@2pm - Michael Booth: The Truth about the Nordic Miracle. Having lived among the Scandinavians, we hear about the journey through all five of the Nordic countries.
@3.30pm - David Goodhart. Join in the discussion on immigration and multiculturalism.
@5pm - Lewis Dartnell: How to Rebuild our World from Scratch. An introduction to a quickstart guide for rebooting civilisation which will transform your understanding of the world.
@6.3pm - It's Not Only Rock n Roll. With psychologist and former 60's model Jenny Boyd who has spent four years interviewing 75 world famous musicians, including Joni Mitchell, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards.