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We talk to authors, industry experts and politicians (to name but a few) about all sorts of things and ask all sorts of questions.
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Share the WWI memories passed down through your family with Jeremy Paxman - journalist, broadcaster and most recently author of Great Britain's Great War. Whether you have family legends or burning questions to ask Jeremy, post on our thread by 26 June to be in with a chance to win a signed copy of his book.

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Real Indian food is fresh, simple and packed with flavour. Not sure where to start? Meera Sodha will be joining us at GNHQ and answering all your foodie questions on 7 July.

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Q&A with "tidy" expert Marie Kondo. Japan's expert declutterer and professional cleaner Marie Kondo will help you tidy up once and for all with her inspirational step-by-step method and her "once cleaned, never messy again" approach. You can add your questions for her up until midday on Weds 23 April…

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Charlotte Mendelson, author of this month's pick, Almost English, joins us this Wednesday (30 April) for a live webchat about writing, family and ending up on the Booker long-list. If you got a free copy of the book (indeed even if you didn't) do add a question for her now.

Professor Richard Overy is Professor of History at the University of Exeter, and author of more than 25 books on the era of the World Wars. Put your WW questions forward to Richard by midday 17 April.

The best selling Latin artist of all time, Julio Iglesias, will soon be available for a Q&A! Post your questions by noon on 29 April at:

BritishBeautyBlogger aka Jane Cunningham is one of the most respected and popular beauty bloggers in the UK. She is available to answer all your haircare, skincare and makeup questions on 8 May. Post your questions by midday here:

Justin Gellatly is one of Britain's best bakers. His new book, Bread, Cake, Doughnut, Pudding, contains over 150 recipes for baked bliss, including savoury and sweet, and hot, warm and cold recipes. He will be answering your questions on 27 May, so be sure to submit any baking queries before then.

We are very excited to have two pet experts with us on 21 May to answer all your questions about keeping the peace when grandchildren meet animals, as well as general tips and tricks. Dr Samantha Gaines, Acting Head of the Companion Animal Science Department at the RSPCA and dog welfare scientist, along with animal behaviourist Rosie Barclay, will be standing by from 1-2pm, ready to answer your questions.

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