- Can't Cook, Won't Cook Duration: 01:13 Duchess of Devonshire and Elizabeth McGovern
- Waugh's marvellous wit Duration: 01:10 Duchess of Devonshire and Elizabeth McGovern
- Cartland and Capitalism Duration: 00:25 Robert Harris and Trinny Woodall
- Growing up is hard to do Duration: 00:52 Larry Lamb and Sarah Millican
- Maggie Thatcher's face Duration: 00:54 Robert Harris and Trinny Woodall
- Sadie and the Hot Heads: Mama's Hands Duration: 03:38 Duchess of Devonshire and Elizabeth McGovern
Anne Robinson presents My Life in Books
Books, they can make you laugh, they can make you cry; they might even change your life…
Anne Robinson presents My Life in Books, a special 10 part series for BBC TWO where each night Anne’s two guests share their five favourite books.
From authors Jeanette Winterson and PD James, actors Larry Lamb and Downton Abbey’s Elizabeth McGovern, political heavyweight Alastair Campbell to comedians Sue Perkins and Sarah Millican. Their choices will be surprising, emotional, good fun, and extremely personal.
Choices include bestselling children’s books The Hungry Caterpillar and Roald Dahl tales, classics of Austen and Bronte, great American literature, the magical realism of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and even a bit of Barbara Cartland romance.
This is a series for anyone who loves books in all their shapes and guises.
Free your imagination: Books on the BBC
BBC year of books: More book-related programmes and events that are taking place this year across the BBC.Visit Books on the BBC website
Find out more about World Book Night
The Inaugural World Book Night will take place on Saturday, 5 March 2011.World Book Night
Anne Robinson hosts the quick-fire general knowledge quiz in which contestants must decide at the end of each round which of their number should be eliminated.Weakest Link
Famous writers of children's books talk about their work.Authors Live
Did you know that you can download many books out of copyright for free on mobile devices and digital readers?
Radio 4 CollectionsAuthor Interviews
The RNIB is working in conjunction with the BBC to provide more information on the books featured across the series for people with impaired vision.RNIB
Web Exclusive: P.D James
P.D James reveals the origins of the infamous Adam Dalgliesh.Where did he come from?
Web Exclusive:The legacy of Sherlock Holmes
Richard Bacon and P.D James discuss the legacy of Sherlock Holmes.Elementary my dear Watson
Web Exclusive: Sister Wendy's take on TV
Sister Wendy gives her unique take on television.Sister Wendy on TV