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Books for children
Charlotte Haines Lyon offers her choices of books to give to children
Books for Christmas
Charlotte Haines Lyon offers her choices of books to give or receive this Christmas
Books of the month
Charlotte Haines Lyon reviews books by Richard Holloway, Robert Llewellyn and master storyteller Bob Hartman
End of summer reads
Charlotte Haines-Lyon reviews a number of books that bridge the gap between summer and autumn
Post-Greenbelt buys
Two books by speakers at this year’s Greenbelt grip, fascinate and revive flagging spirits
Books on the good book
Charlotte Haines-Lyon reviews two new books about the Bible including one from Sir Cliff
Behind the headlines
Charlotte Haines-Lyon reviews three books that go behind the headlines
A new look at Narnia
Philip Purser-Hallard reviews Michael Ward's new book looking at the relationship between Narnia and the planets
Saving the world
Charlotte Haines Lyon reviews some of the latest books about saving the world
Essays and self-help
Charlotte Haines Lyon reviews the latest book titles including a collection of essays from Philip Pullman, the late Anita Roddick, Hugh Fearnly-Whittingstall, Hilary Benn and others
What would Jesus buy?
Charlotte Haines Lyon reviews What Would Jesus Buy and other new Christian titles
Thirst for Life
Charlotte Haines Lyon reviews the Christian Aid/CAFOD book for Lent, Thirst for Life
Book cover Slavery books
Charlotte Haines-Lyon and Andrew Chapman present a round-up of some newly-published books looking at the history and impact of the slave trade, past and present
Book cover Book of the month
Charlotte Haines Lyon explores questions of truth and lies in Carry Me Down
Awright geeezzza?!
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Suzanne Elvidge meets the author of the Cockney Bible, Mike Coles
Fay Sampson
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Suzanne Elvidge meets the mathematician who is now an bestselling author
Leo Hickman
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Andy Jackson talks to the Guardian journalist who spent a year leading an ethical lifestyle
A dark agenda?
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Susan Roberts talked to Philip Pullman about God, the church and the meaning of life