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William Crawley looks ahead to the forthcoming Belfast Book Festival.
William Crawley is joined in Belfast by the doyenne of travel writing, Dervla Murphy.
William Crawley presents a special edition from UK City of Culture. With Roy Hattersley.
William Crawley speaks to Audrey Niffenegger and looks at Simon Callow's bookshelves.
William Crawley reads Dr Adam Rutherford's 'Creation' & explores literary locale Inishowen
Poet Paul Muldoon talks about The Word on the Street, his book of rock and roll 'lyrics'.
William Crawley talks to Inspector Lynley author Elizabeth George.
William Crawley talks to Jeffrey Archer about his book 'Best Kept Secret'.
William Crawley talks to former Irish Times editor Walter Ellis about his new novel.
William Crawley talks to Edna O'Brien about how censorship in Ireland affected her career.
William Crawley and Dr Diarmaid Ferriter reflect on Lee Dunne's Paddy Maguire Is Dead.
William Crawley talks to Mitch Albom about The Time Keeper and his best-selling memoir.
William Crawley talks to one of Northern Ireland's most successful authors, David Park.
William Crawley talks to Jonathan Dimbleby about his new book on the Battle of El Alamein.
William Crawley talks to American author TC Boyle about his career in writing.
William Crawley talks to Judy Finnigan and Eamonn Hughes discusses John McGahern.
Michael Rosen on the importance of Roald Dahl, and Patricia Craig considers censorship.
William Crawley meets Alexander McCall Smith, as Dr Diarmaid Ferriter considers censorship
Patricia Cornwell on her latest Kay Scarpetta Novel and Ian Paisley's Great Ulster Book.
William Crawley is joined by Children's Laureate and 'Gruffalo' author Julia Donaldson.
William Crawley talks to author Robert Harris about his latest book 'The Fear Index'.
William Crawley is joined by author Sir Terry Pratchett, writer of the Discworld novels.
William Crawley interviews Anthony Horowitz and reviews crime fiction & non-fiction books.
William Crawley talks to Margaret Atwood; Glenn Patterson nominates a Great Ulster Book.
William Crawley assesses the latest offerings from the literary world.