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We talk to authors, industry experts and politicians (to name but a few) about all sorts of things and ask all sorts of questions.
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Dr Michael Mosley joins us for a blood sugar webchat

We were joined by Dr Michael Mosley for his blood sugar webchat - Thurs 10 March,

Real Indian food is fresh, simple and packed with flavour. Not sure where to start? Meera Sodha will be joining us at GNHQ and answering all your foodie questions on 7 July. http://www.gransnet.com/forums/webchats/1208225-Indian-food-at-home-live-chat-with-Meera-Sodha-Mon-7-July-1-2pm

Win a month of Gousto recipe boxes and a copy of Meera Sodha's Made in India!

Share the WWI memories passed down through your family with Jeremy Paxman - journalist, broadcaster and most recently author of Great Britain's Great War. Whether you have family legends or burning questions to ask Jeremy, post on our thread by 26 June to be in with a chance to win a signed copy of his book. http://www.gransnet.com/forums/webchats/1207947-Jeremy-Paxman-WWI-memories-Q-A

Share the WWI memories passed down through your family with Jeremy Paxman - journalist, broadcaster and most recently author of Great Britain's Great War. Whether you have family legends or burning questions to ask Jeremy, post on our thread by 26 June to be in with a chance to win a signed copy of his book. http://www.gransnet.com/forums/webchats/1207947-Jeremy-Paxman-WWI-memories-Q-A

Charlotte Mendelson, author of this month's pick, Almost English, joins us this Wednesday  (30 April) for a live webchat about writing, family and ending up on the Booker long-list. If you got a free copy of the book (indeed even if you didn't) do add a question for her now. http://www.gransnet.com/forums/book_club/1206250-April-Book-Almost-English

The joyous new novel from Charlotte Mendelson - longlisted for both the Booker and Baileys Prize

Professor Richard Overy is Professor of History at the University of Exeter, and author of more than 25 books on the era of the World Wars. Put your WW questions forward to Richard by midday 17 April. http://www.gransnet.com/forums/webchats/1206228-Professor-Richard-Overy-Q-A?utm_campaign=Gransnet+newsletter+10.04.14&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Gransnet+Newsletter

Professor Richard Overy is Professor of History at the University of Exeter, and author of more than 25 books on the era of the World Wars. Put your WW questions forward to Richard by midday 17 April. http://www.gransnet.com/forums/webchats/1206228-Professor-Richard-Overy-Q-A?utm_campaign=Gransnet+newsletter+10.04.14&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Gransnet+Newsletter

Webchat with Labour MP Dan Jarvis at GNHQ

Webchat with Dan Jarvis on excess winter deaths

Q&A with Jem Lester on his stunning debut, Shtum.

April book club - Shtum by Jem Lester

Bestselling author and presenter, Fern Britton, answers all of your questions on her latest book, A Good Catch.

Bestselling author and presenter, Fern Britton, answers all of your questions on her latest book, A Good Catch.

Paying for elderly care: Q&A with Which?

Paying for elderly care: Q&A with Which?

The queen of British kitchenware, Emma Bridgewater, shares her design inspiration.

The festival’s host and designer extraordinaire talks about her second book, the sequel to the hugely successful Toast and Marmalade. Pattern is a celebration of design inspiration from the Queen of British kitchenware.

The SNP's Mhairi Black MP spoke to us about the Women Against State Pension Inequality campaign and the changes to State Pension.

Webchat with Mhairi Black MP, Tuesday 12 January at 11 -

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Stella Creasy MPhttp://www.gransnet.com/webchats/stella-creasy-mp

Stella Creasy MP - a Gransnet webchat to discuss One Billion Rising, pay day loans and other political issues.

Hannah Kent http://www.gransnet.com/forums/book_club/a1205147-Burial-Rites-Hannah-Kent-Q-A?msgid=25242499#25242499

Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction: Teenage trip to Iceland to see snow for the first time leads to women's book prize nomination for Australian author's debut novel - News - Books - The Independent

Oh my goodness... John Cleese! Get your questions ready gransnetters - we're so excited we can't stand it! http://www.gransnet.com/forums/webchats/1210757-John-Cleese-webchat-17-October

I have had a crush on John Cleese since I discovered Monty Python as a wee little gurl.

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