Emily Brontë's wuthering wilds

To mark 200 years since Emily Brontë’s birth, we are joined by Robert Potts and Jacqueline Banerjee to look back at Brontë’s life and most famous work Wuthering Heights – with a nod to Kate Bush’s memorable track, as well as to other, more recent tributes; Mika Ross-Southall shares the story of Tommy Nutter, the "rebel tailor of 1960s Savile Row", who, from humble origins, pulled himself up by the force of his wild imagination to dress anyone who was anyone

Books, etc 

Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë (new edition by HQ; with a foreword by Michael Stewart)

Ill Will: The untold story of Heathcliff by Michael Stewart 

Emily Brontë: A life in twenty poems by Nick Holland 

Emily Brontë Reappraised: A view from the twenty-first century by Claire O’Callaghan

Emily Jane Brontë and Her Music by John Hennessy

The Brontë Stones project - https://bit.ly/2LOgEiQ

House of Nutter: The rebel tailor of Savile Row by Lance Richardson

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