TODAY we can reveal the personalities lined up for the Examiner's Literary Luncheon next month.
Ex-England footballer Peter Shilton, novelist and broadcasters Sarah Dunant and James Naughtie and writer Santa Montefiore are all set to attend.
Tickets, priced £18.50, are now on sale only at the Lawrence Batley Theatre.
The event, in association with Huddersfield Arts Council, takes place at the Galpharm Stadium on Tuesday October 12.
The price includes a full three-course lunch.
Peter Shilton, the greengrocer's son from Leicester who became arguably the greatest goalkeeper in the world, has just launched his autobiography.
In it he talks frankly about his gambling and money troubles that almost engulfed him in the 1990s, as well as the glory days of his England career.
Santa Montefiore - the sister of Tara Palmer Tompkinson - is promoting her novel, The Swallow And The Hummingbird.
It is a passionate, wartime romance set in both the lush beauty of rural Devon and the scorching heat of Argentina.
Radio 4 Today programme presenter James Naughtie's latest book is The Accidental American, a compelling story of the "special relationship" between Blair and America.
Finally, Sarah Dunant, who has worked widely in television and radio, is the author of The Birth Of Venus, which Antonia Fraser described as "Simply amazing".
The historical novel is set in Florence and combines the allure of love, art, religion and power.
The lunch offers a starter of ripened seasonal melon slices with a strawberry and mango salsa.
The main course is chicken supreme filled with goat's cheese and finished with a sauce of tomatoes, garden herbs and white wine.
Dessert is lemon tart with flocked cream and lemon coulis coffee.
It starts at 11.45am and finishes at 3pm. Huddersfield Flower Club will provide the floral arrangements.
The LBT box office is open from Monday to Saturday, 10am to 8pm. Call 01484 430528. Visa, Mastercard, Switch and Delta cards are accepted.
The event, at which the authors' books will be on sale, has been running for 16 years.
Past speakers have included Jilly Cooper, Clare Rayner, Alan Titchmarsh, Simon Armitage and Joanne Harris.