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15:43, 21 APR 2015
How Turner's masterpieces were inspired by west London's landscape
Turner's Sketchbooks, by Ian Warrell, includes rarely seen drawings and watercolours by the artist of scenes in Brentford, Heston and Isleworth
Author opens new library for Harefield schoolchildren
Eamonn Reilly opened the library at Harefield Junior School which has been built and stocked thanks to the school's fundraising efforts
Homeless Chiswick bookworm inspires play at Tabard Theatre
Dark comedy Sheltered' marks writer Greg Smith's theatre debut with Matthew as guest of honour Mathew at next week's premiere
Commemorative concert in Isleworth to feature music touched by the First World War
Many the Brave, at All Saints' Church, Isleworth, this Saturday, will also feature poetry and moving testimonials from the Great War
Domestic abuse victim pens painful memoir to help others
Sarah Baldry's book The Orange Coat details how she suffered from abuse by her husband and is hoping it will inspire others in the same situation to leave and get help
Meet the seven-year-old ghost writer from Feltham
Feefi Bennetts' short story collection was inspired by her mother Sam's tales of the supernatural
Second World War
Father-in-law's POW postcards inspire Osterley novelist's WWII tale
Unlike your usual tale of daring escapes, Estella McQueen's novel is inspired by her late father-in-law's theatrical pursuits in a German POW camp
Original X-Factor winner Steve Brookstein sings soul at the London Hippodrome in November
Original X-Factor winner Steve Brookstein has a new album out and a book out in the pipeline, and is performing a small number of concerts, including at Leicester Square.
In-pictures: Magic and music bring crowds to BigFest
There were a range of attractions at the family-friendly street art festival in Uxbridge town centre
BBC journalists helping dementia sufferers remember
Love Your Stories is documenting people's lives to help dementia sufferers and their families and is also donating memory aids to dementia centres
OCD sufferer releases novel raising awareness of mental health issues
Bluebeat Boy is now available to buy on Amazon, Nook, or as an E-reader
News Feature: Osterley Bookshop; the latest chapter in a long running saga.
Popular shop holds its annual sale beside the rail!
Former Brentford schoolgirl pens children's book on global warming
Teaching assistant Sarah Watson has turned to crowdfunding website Kickstarter to raise the £15,000 she needs to get her book funded
Harrow Arts Centre
Five of the best events in Harrow and Brent this week
We have rounded up the five top events to head to in Harrow and Brent.
Balancing 'The Best of Both Worlds' : Author publishes book on the struggles of South Asian Brits
A Greenford Hindi-Punjabi speech and language therapist has released a book on the psychosocial effects of migration
Looking Back with Eddie Menday: Changing places in West London.
Eddie Menday takes a look at how geographical names of local places have changed over the years.
What's On News
Notting Hill Carnival: Book reveals 'real history' of Carnival
Emma Agyemang speaks to the authors of a new book which explores the beginnings of the Notting Hill Carnival
Author to challenge perceptions of tough estate in new book
Brent-based author Andre Anderson is contributing towards a book based on tough estates across the UK.
The world's a stage as free open-air theatre comes to Brentford next week
Watch Treasure Island and A Midsummer Night's Dream for free at Boston Manor House and Gunnersbury Park next Thursday, August 14
First World War Centenary
Watch: Service marks Heston's role in First World War
The 166 locals who died were honoured with a centenary service
Perivale mum writes book on her Tolpuddle Martyr relative
Research into family history reveals link to men banished to Australia for protesting against their meagre wages, writes Goolistan Cooper
First World War Centenary
In pictures: Church displays host of WW1 relics
Collection of medals, munitions and memories displayed to mark 100 years since war broke out.
BM@il Barbara Fisher
Bm@il: Paperback versus e-reader. This could kindle an argument
Most people can remember the first record they bought, mine was Early to Bed by the Poni-Tails, but many of us draw a blank when it comes to recalling buying our first book.
Syon Park treasures go under the hammer at auction
1st Century statue of Greek goddess and painting of Mohawk chieftain among artworks sold by Duke of Northumberland.