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Bring Me Home

Thursday 27 March 2014

1 Hour


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£11 - £25

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Broadcaster, celebrity gardener and novelist Alan Titchmarsh talks about his latest novel, Bring Me Home. It follows Charlie Stuart, owner of a Scottish castle, but a disappointed father of a group of grown-up children. His path to inheriting the castle had not been easy following his mother’s death while he was at school and his father’s marriage to an unwelcome stepmother. Now, 30 years after inheriting the castle he loves so much, the past is about to catch up with him and tear his family apart.

Titchmarsh is known to millions as a broadcaster and presenter of daytime television and as the face of gardening shows such as Ground Force, Gardeners’ World and the BBC’s coverage of the Chelsea Flower Show. He is the UK’s best-known gardening celebrity and holds the highest award the Royal Horticultural Society can bestow, the Victoria Medal of Honour.  He has written more than a dozen gardening and non-fiction books and three volumes of biography. In 2001, he turned to writing fiction and has published eight previous novels including Only Dad, Folly and The Haunting.