FORMER Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and broadcaster Anita Rani are among those appearing this weekend at the Bradford Literature Festival.

The 10-day festival will reach its final stretch with appearances from novelists, celebrities, politicians and historians.

There will also be a number of free, family events in and around City Park.

Jeremy Corbyn, Islington North MP and former Labour leader will reflect on his historic speech at the UN’s headquarters in Geneva in 2017 at an event in St George’s Hall on Sunday.

Lenny Henry and Lemn Sissay In Conversation will take place in St George’s Hall later on Sunday afternoon.

Deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner will talk about her life at an event at the Midland Hotel’s Ballroom on Saturday.

This Is Going To Hurt author Adam Kay will talk about his follow-up book Undoctored at an event with Bradford GP Amir Khan at the University of Bradford on Saturday.

Bradford-born Anita Rani, presenter of Women’s Hour and Chancellor of the University of Bradford, will discuss her debut novel at an event at the university on Saturday.

And Historian Nigel Grizzard will give a heritage walking tour around Little Germany on Sunday.

Many of the events have already sold out, including Sir Michael Palin in Conversation at the University of Bradford on Saturday.

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