In pictures: Wigtown Book Festival

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image captionDozens of writers travelled to Dumfries and Galloway to appear at this year's Wigtown Book Festival, including comedian Phil Jupitus . All photos by Colin Tenant and Andy Jardine.
image captionBill Drummond, who grew up in Newton Stewart and went on to star in The KLF, built a bed at the festival.
image captionBBC security correspondent Frank Gardner talked about his fascination with the Arab world and his travels in the region.
image captionThe Rev Richard Coles told an audience at Wigtown: "I did that thing that pop stars do - I crashed and burned."
image captionFormer Business Secretary Vince Cable offered his own perspective on Britain's response to the world economic crisis in 2008.
image captionScottish author Chris Brookmyre told his audience he is currently working on a book about a computer hacker.
image captionLocal school children were among those who enjoyed a wide range of activities at the festival.
image captionArtist-in-residence Gill White asked people to write their own tales as part of her "Pop Up Story" event.
image captionThe Wigtown Book Festival finished on Sunday, with events led by broadcaster Hardeep Singh Kohli and writer Janice Galloway.

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