Age gap relationships; Dorthe Nors
Alex Clark talks to Karl Geary and Gwendoline Riley, who have both written about a love affair across the generations in their new books, and to Danish writer Dorte Nors.
Alex Clark talks to two novelists - Karl Geary and Gwendoline Riley - who have both written about a love affair across the generations in their new books.
Acclaimed Danish writer Dorthe Nors discusses her new novel Mirror Shoulder Signal, the story of forty-something Sonja who is looking for new directions in life while longing for the wild landscapes of her childhood.
Star baker turned writer Nadiya Hussain on her love of Edward Lear's poetry in The Book I'd Never Lend.
And we explore the mystery of the Icelandic Dracula - Makt Myranna or Powers of Darkness - with the novelist Sjon.
Gwendoline Riley and Karl Geary discuss age-gap relationships
Nadiya Hussain discusses the book she'd never lend
Sjon discusses the power of Dracula
Read the first chapter of Mirror, Shoulder, Signal by Dorthe Nors
Role Contributor Presenter Alex Clark Interviewed Guest Karl Geary Interviewed Guest Gwendoline Riley Interviewed Guest Dorthe Nors Interviewed Guest Nadiya Hussain Interviewed Guest Sjon