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Celebrity Interviews

Ken Follett’s third novel in the bestselling Kingsbridge series is out next month. It’s 1558, and Elizabeth is about to become queen at Hatfield House. Sandra Deeble talks to the Knebworth author about female politicians, his daily word count and the pubs of Stevenage

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September 2017

Not one to shy away from a fight, Guy Ritchie comes storming back on to our screens with his brilliantly bananas retelling of the Arthurian legend. Christopher Ritchie asks the Hatfield-born director about his unique style

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August 2017

She’s made her name as one of the BBC’s best-loved wildlife presenters and has just fronted BBC2’s rural business show Back to the Land. With a book now out on our relationship with dogs, Kate Humble tells that her love of nature began young in Hertfordshire, with the smell of tomatoes

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May 2017

With gorgeous countryside, grand manor houses and plenty of history under its belt, it’s no surprise Hertfordshire is a prime spot for films and TV

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Our 2017 list of the 50 wealthiest Herts people shows times are a-changing. We chart those moving up, down and new entries in the shifting world of big business

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March 2017

The Six Nations rugby tournament kicks off this month with an England team in near-unbeatable form. At the core of the men’s team is a trio of former Harpenden players, while fly-half in the women’s national squad is also an ex-Harp. And there’s more in the wings. Neil Metcalfe looks at how this small club is producing world-beaters

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February 2017

He is the celebrated photographer of the famous, from the Queen to Kylie, a go-to creator of high-end adverts, and an innovative backer of charitable projects. 
Here, Rankin charts his journey from uncultured St Albans teen to international artist

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February 2017

As president of the Royal Geographical Society and former frontman of BBC’s Coast, there isn’t much Nicholas Crane doesn’t know about our island. Here he talks to Jake Taylor about the key role Hertfordshire has played in his latest epic book charting the changing British landscape

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January 2017
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