Welcome to Calibre's news page. We hope you enjoy reading about the latest developments in our service, all the stories about people who have supported us, recent publicity, and also news about books.
Liz Charles started reading for Calibre 30 years ago when she was still working in the theatre. Many years later after she had retired from showbiz... More >
Sunset Song, by Lewis Grassic Gibbon has been voted Scotland's favourite book in a BBC poll run alongside its Love To Read Campaign. The first... More >
Our patron, award-winning author, Anne Fine OBE FRSL, appeared at this year's Thame and Literature Festival to raise awareness of the work of... More >
Ron Howard's screen adaptation of Dan Brown's Inferno (9699) opens in UK cinemas today.
Fresh from his adventures in The Da Vinci Code (6680),... More >
This week there has been much media focus on mental health issues so our Editorial team have found a selection of books from authors offering... More >
It's Week 8 of our Great British Bake Off recipes and Becci, our Fundraising Assistant, has given us this Rocky Road recipe which her children... More >
Black History Month (BHM), which began in the UK in 1987, celebrates and promotes the contribution of black Britons to our society. During October... More >
It's Week 7 of our Great British Bake Off recipes and Carol, our Fundraiser and Events Officer, has created a scrumptious cake.
This cake recipe... More >
A couple of years ago former financial journalist, Paula Hawkins, was short of a few bob; by the end of 2015 her novel The Girl on the Train... More >
Banned Books Week 2016 Celebrated in the UK for the First Time
Banned Books week, launched in the US, is being celebrated in the UK by the... More >