TICKETS are still available for events at the 15th Chiswick Book Festival which takes place this coming weekend. 

Torin Douglas, director of the festival, said: “This year we’re delighted to have an exceptionally strong line-up which features a host of best-selling authors. If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, it is the place to be.” 

Highlights of the September 6-13 Chiswick Book Festival include: 

Garden writer and broadcaster Alan Titchmarsh discussing his new book Chatsworth: Its Gardens and the People who Made Them with Rosie Fyles, Head of Gardens at Chiswick House & Gardens Trust.  

TV journalist Clive Myrie, in one of his first public appearances, will talk about his eagerly-awaited memoir Everything is Everything, to be published on September 14. 

One of the world’s best-loved children’s writers, Jacqueline Wilson, will present the long-awaited sequel to her book Sleepovers. 

Who Wants to be a Millionaire? and Tiswas presenter Chris Tarrant talks to journalist and author Caroline Frost about his book It’s Not a Proper Job. 

Broadcasters turned podcasters Jane Garvey and Rory Cellan-Jones (Ruskin Park: Sylvia, Me and the BBC) will discuss The Rise of the Podcast.

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