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Books and authors - clips and interviews of authors on Radio 4
Scottish crime author Stuart MacBride on the music and places that inspire his writing.
Children’s author Jacqueline Wilson channels E. Nesbit for her new book.
Novelist Joyce Carol Oates on dealing with her first few months as a widow.
Crime novelist Ann Cleeves discusses why she created her tough female lead Vera Stanhope.
Victoria Hislop talks about her novel The Island on BBC Radio 4 Bookclub.
A panel of crime novelists debate whether real books are dying out as e-book sales rise.
An extended version of Mark Lawson's interview with Ian McEwan at the Edinburgh Festival.
Feminist author Camille Paglia on Alfred Hitchcock’s obsession with his female leads.
Author Jeanette Winterson on her new novella which re-imagines the Pendle Witch trials.
Karen Krizanovich and Fay Weldon discuss Helen Gurley Brown’s classic book.
Author and autistic savant Daniel Tammet on the beauty of mathematics.
Author Pat Barker discusses how art can portray the atrocities of war.
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