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Books and authors - clips and interviews of authors on Radio 4
Rosie Cavaliero reads an extract from Helen Simpson's short story.
Robert Glenister reads Blood and Beauty by Sarah Dunant.
Paul Morley reading from his book 'The North (and Almost Everything in It)'.
Jim Crace talks about the title of his book, 'Quarantine'.
A clip of Rory Kinnear reading Falling Upwards by Richard Holmes.
Novellist David Baldacci speaks to Front Row's Mark Lawson on writing about terrorism.
Magic, evil eye beads, coffee cups, fortune telling. I use those elements in my writing.
Extract from The Wireless Set, a short story by George Mackay Brown read by Claire Knight.
Olivia Colman reads The Reservation, a Granta Best of Young British Novelists 4 story.
A clip of Damian Lewis reading John le Carré's A Delicate Truth for Book at Bedtime.
Author John le Carré demonstrates some of the accents he uses when reading his own work.
Actor Damian Lewis talks about the challenges in reading John le Carré's A Delicate Truth.
Judy Blume talks to Sarah Cuddon about first drafts and the film adaptation of Tiger Eyes.
Author Kate Mosse speaks to Woman's Hour about her latest novel Citadel.
P. D. James discusses "that invisible line between the murderer and the rest of us".
Michael Morpurgo on the father he never knew until his late teens.
Diana Athill talks to Andrew Marr about the changing medium of storytelling.
Mark Lawson speaks to Norwegian crime writer Jo Nesbø author of the Harry Hole series.
Lee Child on creating his hero Jack Reacher & his first novel Killing Floor.
Molly Ringwald talks to Jane Garvey about writing her first novel, When It Happens to You.
In a wide-ranging conversation, Mark Lawson talks to writer JK Rowling.
Author Rose Tremain on keeping facts in and egos out of her novels.
Evolutionary Biologist Professor Richard Dawkins on the religious threat to Biology.
Swedish author Henning Mankell on the unhealthy obsession with Scandinavian crime fiction.
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