A new book – Fortune and Fame by Jonathan Power with David Collins – is the inspirational story of how one man rose from the ranks of humble post boy to become a leading figure in advising and representing the world’s biggest names in sport and entertainment.
Andy Howells chats to writer Dave Lodge about the new Tommy Bruce biography, Have Gravel Will Travel
Andy Howells reviews Astrid and the Girl in the Tangerine Dress by Alan Roderick is the third title in the Astrid Price Mysteries series.
In the final part of our video interview with British actor, writer and director, Robert Gillespie, Andy Howells discovers where Robert got the inspiration and title from for his new autobiography.
Tommy Bruce, the star behind one of the most memorable hits of the early 1960s is to be celebrated in a new biography entitled Have Gravel, Will Travel.
In the second part of our video interview with British actor, writer and director, Robert Gillespie, Andy Howells discovers what it was like for Robert to write comedy for the satire series That Was The Week That Was in the 1960s and feature in a classic scene of Rising Damp in the 1970s.
In the first of a four-part series of interviews with Andy Howells for Entertainment South Wales, Robert, Gillespie recalls his early days growing up in post-war Manchester and his first steps into acting at Sale Grammar School.
Newport Crime Fiction writer and Performance Poet Alan Roderick is to discuss his books at a forthcoming fund raiser in aid of Cwtsch Community & Arts Centre on October 1, 2021.
The story of the origins of Newport Operatic Society is the subject of a new book written by a former Society member, David Kenny.
Author of Christmas with The Variety Girls, Tracy Baines talks to Andy Howells about her writing and The Variety Girls books