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Sunday 16:00-16:30, repeated Thursday 16:00-16:30, except first Sunday in the month when it is replaced by Book Club
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Spotlights new fiction and non-fiction, picks out the best of the paperbacks, talks to authors and publishers, and unearths lost masterpieces.
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MAEV KENNEDY
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Maev Kennedy was born in Dublin 1954, the child of two writers who subsidised literary work with jobbing journalism.  She worked for many years for the Irish Times, ultimately as parliamentary and political sketch writer. Maev wrote on arts and politics for a wide range of Irish and British publications, before joining the staff of the Guardian, where after a stint editing the Guardian Diary, she is now Arts and Heritage Correspondent. She lives in London with her son Samuel.

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