Monday, 15 August 2016

Author advocating the outdoor life-style

Sophie Neville with Nina Ninnar on ITV News at Ten

This summer, Sophie Neville, author of 'Ride the Wings of Morning' has been promoting the outdoor-life style on national television and BBC Radio in the UK and beyond. 

NZ3 in New Zealand

Sophie spoke on BBC Radio Cumbria and BBC Radio Suffolk, promoting summer camps for children that involve sailing, hill-walking and cooking in the great out-doors

'A grab a chance', Arthur Ransome wrote, 'and you won't be sorry for a Might Has Been.' Since Sophie starred as Titty in the original film of 'Swallow and Amazons' she has been interviewed about her life in the weekend supplements in view of the release of the new adaption, released in cinemas on 19th August.

Both in her own rights and as President of The Arthur Ransome Society:

Event ~ Mail on Sunday magazine 

Sophie was able to write about her own adventures in Africa on the Daily Telegraph 

Sophie Neville published in the Telegraph

and will next appear on BBC Television on 18th August speaking about: