Literary Tea with Prue Leith in conversation with Caroline Waldegrave
50th Anniversary Dinner
3.00pm Monday, 16th September 2019
As a chef, food writer and business woman, Prue Leith has played a key role in the revolution of Britain's eating habits since the 1960s. But she is also a highly accomplished novelist, the author of seven romantic novels.
7.30pm Monday, 16th September 2019
We invite you to join us to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Festival in style with a Black Tie Dinner in the beautiful surroundings of Coworth Park.
Tony Laithwaite, My Story: Direct
3.00pm Tuesday, 17th September 2019
Dr Richard Shepherd is the UK's foremost forensic pathologist. His 25-year career has been driven by his passion to discover the truth that a body leaves behind in the wake of their death.
Sadie Jones: The Snakes
7.00pm Tuesday, 17th September 2019
Latihwaite's Wine, like Windsor Festival, celebrates its 50th Anniversary this year. To mark this, their founder, Tony Laithwaite, has written his story, a collection of memories about the key people who have helped him over the years, and the key wines to which he owes a debt.
The Coats Mission: Protecting The Royal Family in the Second World War
3.00pm Wednesday, 18th September 2019
Sadie Jones is a novelist and screenwriter whose first novel, The Outcast, was a Sunday Times No. 1 bestseller made into a BBC drama.
Lucy Worsley: Queen Victoria
3.00pm Thursday, 19th September 2019
Hear from Tim O'Donovan, whose cousin was a member of the Coats Mission, about the plans put in place to protect The Royal Family during the Second World War.
Tim Waterstone: The Face Pressed Against a Window
3.00pm Saturday, 21st September 2019
Lucy Worsley is a bestselling author, historian, curator and television presenter. To coincide with the 200th anniversary of her birth, she tracks a new course through Queen Victoria's life.
Harry Christophers and Sara Mohr-Pietsch: A New Heaven
2.30pm Sunday, 22nd September 2019
Tim Waterstone is a legendary figure among the book trade - from one small bookshop in 1982 his business philosophy has allowed Waterstone's to dominate the market today.
A N Wilson: Prince Albert
4.30pm Sunday, 22nd September 2019
As The Sixteen celebrate their 40th birthday, their conductor and artistic director Harry Christophers will be in conversation with Sara Mohr-Pietsch, one of BBC Radio 3's best-known voices.
Literary Tea with Robert Hardman
6.30pm Sunday, 22nd September 2019
One of Britain's leading historians, A N Wilson returns to the Festival to share his magnificent biography of Prince Albert, as we celebrate the 200th anniversary of his birth.
Ships of Heaven: The Private Life of Britain's Cathedrals
3.00pm Monday, 23rd September 2019
On today's world stage, one leader stands apart. Queen Elizabeth II has seen more of the planet and its people than any other head of state, and has engaged with them like no other monarch in British history.
Untitled: The Real Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor
7.00pm Monday, 23rd September 2019
When Christopher Somerville set out to explore Britain's cathedrals, he found his fixed ideas shaken to the roots. With The Times walking correspondent as your guide, make a voyage of discovery across the ages, delving deeper into the private lives, and uncertain futures, of these Ships of Heaven.
Simon Heffer: Staring at God
3.00pm Tuesday, 24th September 2019
Who was the real Wallis Simpson? Anna Pasternak takes a startling and intimate look into the life and legacy of one of the most misjudged women in British Royal history.
Edmund Newell: The Sacramental Sea
3.00pm Wednesday, 25th September 2019
Simon Heffer brings us the latest volume in his critically acclaimed history of modern Britain, Britain in the First World War.
Portraits of Old Etonians: The Leaving Portrait Collection
3.00pm Thursday, 26th September 2019
Why do so many people feel a spiritual connection with the sea? Why does so much of our art, poetry and expressions of religious experience draw so heavily on imagery of its power, its wideness and its depth?
Sir Richard Johns: Bolts from the Blue
6.30pm Thursday, 26th September 2019
This is an opportunity to discover the unique circumstances which led to the formation of the Eton College 'Leaving Portrait' collection, while also exploring some of the less familiar portraits of staff and Old Etonians.
Robert Harris: The Second Sleep
7.00pm Friday, 27th September 2019
Sir Richard Johns' autobiography, Bolts from the Blue, records a life of many unexpected
twists and turns that was to lead eventually to his appointment as Governor of Windsor Castle and Life Vice-Patron of Windsor Festival.
3.00pm Saturday, 28th September 2019
We welcome back bestselling author Robert Harris to Windsor with his gripping new thriller, The Second Sleep.