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Day three of the festival saw a super Sunday of parades, wrestling, ghostly telephones and babbling beasts! Here’s a small selection of some of the best tweets from the day.
Day two of the festival on Twitter featured people getting lost and found in Milton Keynes, a walk around the beautiful Scottish Borders and book buffs learning how to use calligraphy.
A few highlights from events across the country on festival launch day, including musical memories in Wales, short stories in Nottingham and late night archaeology in Oxford.
Vanessa Mongey explains about how a love of ferns tied the imperial, natural and human histories of the Caribbean to the North-East of England.
In this post Tom Cutterham discusses the moral complexities behind the University of Birmingham’s event ‘Must bankers be bad’ as he argues that the humanities have a central role to play in today’s banking climate.
In this post, George Kyris discusses the role sovereignty has played from the time of King Henry VIII until today’s Brexit Britain.