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Why were paintings of working class life attractive to aristocratic collectors like the third Earl of Egremont?

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Oxford graduate Charles Winchester found that environmental jobs in far-flung places made him want to “give something back” nearer to where he grew up

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Honoured with the Crime Writers’ Association Diamond Dagger and Grand Master of the Mystery Writers of America, West Sussex-based crime writer Peter Lovesey started writing 50 years ago with his prize-winning Wobble to Death

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Michael’s company Arundelicious offers gourmet food delivered straight to customers’ doors

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The internationally renowned pianist was recently named as the new musical director of Brighton Philharmonic

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In 1877, Ulysses S Grant became the first former American President to visit Britain, spending three days in Brighton where he enyoed a rapturous reception

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Eighteen-year-old percussionist Toril Azzalini-Machecler recently began his studies at the Royal College of Music

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Sir Richard Kleinwort brings his experience from a career in investment banking to the role, as well as many charitable positions held nationally and locally

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The bestselling writer and animal expert has lived in West Sussex with his wife, actress Julia Foster for over 30 years and recently became president of RSPCA Mount Noddy

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The rugby legend on playing under skipper Will Carling, watching Jonny Wilkinson reach his potential – and why the time was right to resume his association with cricket

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The propagandist has museums, pubs and paintings in his honour - but just who was he?

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For this Midhurst boutique owner, fashion is not just about dressing up, but how she presents herself to the world

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In the 1980s, East Sussex artists Christine and Jennifer Binnie took the London art world by storm. Now they are working together to reclaim the recognition they feel they deserve

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Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s work is full of acute observations about the south-east of England

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Sussex was very much on the frontline during World War II, playing a key role in the Battle of Britain and hosting large numbers of British and Canadian troops

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The priest, author and television presenter reflects on the autumn ritual of gathering in nature’s bounty

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Joe Beckett, 27-year-old founder and director of Kinsbrook Vineyard in West Chiltington, discusses English wines, viticulture and being the third generation to work his family’s land

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The West Sussex painter has spent nearly his entire life making art, much of it in the studio built by his father, Ivon Hitchens

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Natasha Williams is English Heritage’s head of historic properties in Sussex, looking after key sites in the 1066 story

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From Eliza Acton to Elizabeth David, some of the UK’s most influential food heroes have made their home here

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