Posts by "David Belbin"

A Central Library fit for a City of Literature
A Central Library fit for a City of Literature
Nottingham City of Literature's founding chair, David Belbin, on the opening of the new Nottingham C...
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Death in the Family. A new Bone and Cane Novel from David Belbin
Death in the Family. A new Bone and Cane Novel from David Belbin
Death in the Family. Our founding chair, David Belbin, on why he's holding the launch for his new No...
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Reading Unlocked with David Belbin
Reading Unlocked with David Belbin
Our chair, David Belbin, writes about his May reading, in and out of lockdown....
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Holmes Service
Holmes Service
John Holmes has been keeping BBC Radio Nottingham listeners rapt for many years, and now has a brill...
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Bubble
Bubble
Nottingham Playhouse's Unlocked season is running until Monday, 9th November and is a real treat for...
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David Belbin on ‘Shots in the Dark’.
David Belbin on ‘Shots in the Dark’.
Memories of 'Shots in the Dark', Bouchercon and Broadway Cinema....
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Holiday Reading: David Belbin
Holiday Reading: David Belbin
Our chair, David Belbin, shares his summer reading recommendations:...
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Lockdown Reading: David Belbin
Lockdown Reading: David Belbin
Our chair, author David Belbin, tells us what he’s been reading during the lockdown....
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Geoff Nicholson in Conversation With David Belbin
Geoff Nicholson in Conversation With David Belbin
Our planned live event is now online....
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Stanley Middleton: A Centenary
Stanley Middleton: A Centenary
August 1st, 2019 marks the centenary of the Nottingham novelist, Stanley Middleton. Our chair, David...
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Nottingham City of Literature Collaborative Board Meeting 2019
Nottingham City of Literature Collaborative Board Meeting 2019
Want to find out more about Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature and meet the people who make it hap...
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City of Literature Public meeting / Collaborative Board to meet this Saturday
City of Literature Public meeting / Collaborative Board to meet this Saturday
Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature wants to hear your thoughts and ideas on how we can move forwar...
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