Actor Don Johnson on the art of the comeback, novelist and former Mormon Carys Bray, new Pablo Neruda poems discovered, and why established authors are choosing to self-publish.
Don Johnson became a household name through his role as shiny suited Miami police officer Sonny Crockett in Miami Vice. He discusses the art of the comeback as he stars alongside Sam Shepherd in new film Cold in July. Novelist Carys Bray discusses her own devout Mormon upbringing in the North-West of England which lies at the heart of her debut novel A Song For Issy Bradley. As new poems are discovered by Nobel Prize-winning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, we speak to his acclaimed biographer Adam Feinstein about their significance. Plus we discuss why some established authors are choosing to self-publish their work with writer Kate Pullinger and Cathy Rentzenbrink of the Bookseller.
Don Johnson discusses the art of the comeback in new film Cold in July
Kate Pullinger and Cathy Rentzenbrink discuss why authors are choosing to self-publish
Adam Feinstein discusses the newly discovered poems by Nobel Prize-winner Pablo Neruda
Carys Bray discusses her own devout Mormon upbringing in novel A Song For Issy Bradley
Cold in July
Role Contributor Presenter Samira Ahmed Interviewed Guest Don Johnson Interviewed Guest Carys Bray Interviewed Guest Adam Feinstein Interviewed Guest Kate Pullinger Interviewed Guest Cathy Rentzenbrink Producer Ella-mai Robey
- Thu 19 Jun 2014 19:15