Four Derbyshire cricketing heroes joined In Their Own Words author Steve Dolman at a successful event at Chesterfield Library this Monday, July 11.
Andrew Murtagh’s biography of Barry Richards arrives in paperback just as his new book gets its first, near-perfect, review.
“You have three strikes against you: you're black, you're a southpaw, and you're good,” Joe Frazier warned Marvin Hagler, the ultimate boxing outsider.
This Friday, 15th July, England-Pakistan at Lord’s.
The 1953 FA Cup final between Blackpool and Bolton Wanderers had everything: a seven-goal thriller, a dramatic comeback and, in Stanley Matthews, a fairytale
Jamie Moore will be appearing along with Coronation Street, Hollyoaks and Emmerdale stars this Saturday morning at Waterstones in Deansgate
Steve Mingle shines a light on the four-year Golden Age that followed England’s World Cup victory in 1966.
Hugely popular throughout the cricketing world, Barbados-born John Holder “has done more for race relations than Nelson Mandela,” writes his friend and biogr