Clarkson's Farm's Kaleb Cooper and The Great British Bake Off's Lottie Bedlow will take part in a festive ‘in conversation’ event in Oxford.

The talk, at Blackwell’s Bookshop on December 3, will cover an array of topics from farming and fashion to travel and toe-wrestling.

Mr Cooper said: "I’m heading into Oxford this Sunday for a festive book signing at Blackwell’s.

"I’ll be talking all things farming and discussing all the weird and wonderful rural traditions Britain has to offer, alongside Lottie, before signing copies of my new book."

Ms Bedlow will address the audience alongside Mr Cooper at 2.30pm with a book signing session to follow.

She said: "I’m a genuine Kaleb fan and I cannot wait to meet him and ask him for some advice about a perm I’m thinking of getting.

"And obviously talking about his new book is going to be great fun too."

Mr Cooper's new book, 'Britain According to Kaleb: The Wonderful World of Country Life', explores eccentric rural British traditions.

Before appearing on the 2020 edition of The Great British Bake Off, Ms Bedlow gained a degree in animal behaviour studies and worked as a pantomime producer.

Tickets are £5, with the event hosted in the Benjamin Henry Room. The event is limited to 100 guests.

The subsequent signing at around 3.30pm on the second floor of the bookshop is open for all.