January Book Clubs
BBC Radio 4's book experts recommend top reads.
Handy hints to tackle your book shelf
Recommended reads in #LoveToRead's February Book Club.
As British Library celebrates 20 years of Harry Potter, how muggle are you?
Marking 20 years of Harry Potter
Books good for your elf-esteem
You'll fly through these books
If the Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes is your kind of potion, check out these books
We recommend other titles Austen fans might enjoy.
Lights, Camera, Austen!
Quiz time: How much do you know about the life and work of Jane Austen?
Changing audience expectations for TV adaptations.
The illustrator talks about his working relationship with author Roald Dahl.
A look at the impact of social media in literature.
Authors talk on Radio 4's Front Row about how they fared reading a classic novel.
Seven previous award-winners divulge their writing eccentricities.
Radio presenter and author Gemma Cairney's books that can help with life’s ups and downs.
Some handy hints for the summer holidays
Meet the authors and slip between the pages of the 2016 Man Booker Prize shortlist.
Bidisha meets Naomi Alderman to discuss books and secret superhero powers
The top ten revealed for the public vote for Scotland's Favourite Book.
The story of how a working class mother became the best-selling author of her era.
The presenters of Books that Made Britain share where they love to read
Some of the weird and wonderful objects people use to mark their place in a book.
Reading and books take over the autumn schedules
Sue Wilkinson explains why she returns to some stories repeatedly
Can books really make you lol?
Booksellers serve up some ace tennis themed book titles
As the football season kicks off we look at the books with a soccer flavour
JK Rowling classic is the book most adults think every kid should read.
Hugh Warwick explains how Mrs Tiggy-Winkle changed how we view the spiky garden visitors
Dame Muriel Spark centenary
The characters to whom authors just can't say goodbye
6 things about virago
Stuart McBride on the history of Scottish crime fiction.
The English Literature set texts we all should have in our bag