Queen of cakes Mary Berry and X Factor presenter Dermot O’Leary were among the well-known personalities in Henley to celebrate literature.
The town’s annual literary festival earlier this month hosted over 150 talks, Q&As, workshops and performances for adults and children.
The impressive line-up featured speakers from politics, entertainment, sport and more including cricketer Phil Tufnell, presenter June Sarpong and politician Chris Patten, alongside bestselling novelists Paula Hawkins, Roddy Doyle, Katie Fforde, Michael Morpurgo and Joanne Harris.
Family events included actor Alison Steadman and Radio 1’s Greg James with their first children’s books, award-winning authors and illustrators Rob Biddulph and Steve Antony, and Clare Balding.
Russell Brand was also due to appear but was rescheduled to speak at a sold-out event later this month on October 26.