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Michael Morpurgo on his haven

Read this article Michael has written for the Daily Mail on the six things he loves about his haven, the tea house in his garden on the edge of Dartmoor. Read More

In Conversation with Michael Morpurgo: War Horse and Beyond

As part of their Fireside Talk series, the University of Buckingham held an in conversation event with Michael Morpurgo, hosted by Sir Anthony Seldon. They discussed Michael’s charity, Farms for City Children, as well as his many books. Listen to the full discussion for free… Read More

BBC Radio 3: Refuge in Crisis

Michael spoke to BBC Radio 3 for their series Refuge in Crisis. In his piece, Michael talks about his childhood seaside village of Bradwell, in Essex. Bradwell was actually featured in one of Michael’s books, Singing for Mrs Pettigrew. You can listen to Michael’s piece, entitled Let Me Take You… Read More

Is working from your bed a good idea? Michael thinks so.

Michael has been an advocate for working from one’s bed ever since the poet Ted Hughes recommended it to him. These two writers aren’t the only ones who think so! Read this piece from The Telegraph to find out why more Britons than ever are ‘WFB’. You can find… Read More