Hari Kunzru is a writer whose books include ‘The Impressionist’ and ‘Gods Without Men’ (Penguin). His latest work is a novella illustrated by twenty artists. It’s the inspiration for an exhibition currently running at the V&A, called ‘Memory Palace’ – it evokes a world where information is outlawed and ignorance is bliss.
Sally Weintrobe is a practising psychoanalyst and a Fellow of the Institute of Psychoanalysis. She’s the editor of ‘ Engaging with Climate Change’ (Routledge) a series of essays which examines the psychological reasons behind the denial of climate change, and explores how the stories we tell ourselves help or hinder our understanding.
John Kinsella is a ‘anarchist vegan pacifist’ and a poet who lives in Western Australia. His latest collection is Armour (Picador). John has written a Verse Drama examining his family history, which he presents on radio for the first time. ‘The Forest Tattoo’ is performed by Richard Dillane and Daniel Fletcher.