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22/08/2010

Dreda Say Mitchell talks to bookseller Tim Waterstone about his first novel and to writer Fay Weldon about Maori myth as it appears in her new book.

Dreda Say Mitchell talks to former bookseller Tim Waterstone about his new novel. Writer Fay Weldon discusses how she has used Maori myths in her new book. And crime writers NJ Cooper and Tania Carver explain why they have been encouraged to write under names which mask their real gender.

Producer: Sally Spurring.

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30 minutes

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Thu 26 Aug 2010 16:00

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  • TIM WATERSTONE

    Dreda Say Mitchell talks to former bookseller Tim Waterstone about his new novel.

    Duration: 08:04

  • FAY WELDON

    Writer Fay Weldon discusses how she has used Maori myths in her new book.

    Duration: 08:09

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