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Clare English talks to bestselling novelist Joanna Trollope about her life and work.
John Barrowman, Sue Palmer and AL Kennedy join Clare English for the last ever Book Cafe.
Join Clare English for a literary treat with Deborah Moggach and Sara Wheeler.
Andrew Solomon talks about his new book Far From The Tree, which examines parental love.
Clare English meets author Rose Tremain at her London home to talk about her writing.
Hilary Mantel, Christopher Brookmyre, Amy Sackville and Jonathan Meres join Clare English.
Join Clare English for a literary treat with new writing and favourite authors.
Clare English welcomes guests John Mullan, Gavin Extence, Joanna Hickson and Tom McEwan.
Clare English is joined by authors Peter May, Joanna Trollope and Jessica Fox.
Join Clare English as she meets novelist and poet John Burnside and author Eleanor Updale.
Clare English is joined by poet Roger McGough, a man with a magical way with words.
Join Clare English for a round up of the hottest Christmas titles for your stockings.
Clare English speaks to James Robertson about his latest collection of short stories.
Clare English heralds the start of Book Week Scotland and looks at what is in store.
Join Clare English with authors Simon Tolkien and Des Dillon, plus Hardeep Singh Kohli.
Clare English talks to crime writers Alex Gray and Mons Kallentoft.
Rachel Johnson, Thomas Keneally and Sara Maitland talk to Clare English on The Book Cafe.
Clare English interviews Ernest Hemingway's grandson, AM Homes and Jonathan Dimbleby.
Join Clare English for a special interview with Jon Ronson.
Join Clare English and guests Anthony Horowitz and Iain M Banks.
Clare English welcomes Ros de la Hey to review JK Rowling's new book, A Casual Vacancy.
Clare English talks to Alexander McCall Smith about new book The Uncommon Appeal of Clouds
Join Clare English with guests Roger McGough, Attica Locke and Miriam Darlington.
Janice Forsyth is joined by guests Tom Pow, Damian Dibben and Kevin Powers.
Emma Thompson, Val McDermid and the Bloody Scotland crime-writing festival.
Biographer and writer Claire Tomalin joins Clare English for a Book Cafe special.
Clare's guests include the Today programme's James Naughtie and author Louise Welsh.
Fay Weldon talks about her new novel, plus Edi Stark discusses erotic fiction for women.