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28/11/2010

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30 minutes
First broadcast:
Sunday 28 November 2010

Mariella Frostrup speaks to writers Peter Ackroyd and Kevin Crossley-Holland about the legend of King Arthur.

Novelist Philip Kerr talks about his new book Field Grey.

And writer Paul Bailey discusses the life, work and letters of Giuseppe Tomasi di Lamedusa, author of The Leopard

Producer:Sally Spurring.

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  • PETER ACKROYD

    Mariella Frostrup speaks to writers Peter Ackroyd and Kevin Crossley-Holland about the legend of King Arthur.

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    Peter Ackroyd

    The Death of King Arthur
    Publisher: Penguin Classic

    Kevin Crossley-Holland

    The Seeing Stone

    At the Crossing Places

    King of the Middle March

    Publisher: Orion Books

    TH White

    The Once and Future King
    Publisher: Voyager

    Philip Kerr

    Field Grey
    Publisher: Quercus

    Lampedusa’s letters from London and Europe
    Translated by J.G. Nichols
    Publisher: Alma Books

    Giusepe Tomasi di Lampedusa
    The Leopard
    Publisher: Vintage Classic

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