Literary magazine programme. Anthony Horowitz talks about the qualities of Fleming's writing and what it is like to follow in the spy master's footsteps.
As he publishes Forever and A Day, a new James Bond novel which includes original material by Ian Fleming, Anthony Horowitz talks about the qualities of Fleming's writing and what it's like to follow in the spy master's footsteps.
We take a look at the life of Hernando Colon, son of Christopher Columbus who attempted to create a universal library, and discuss three very different novels which explore Romanian literary culture.
And Conn Iggulden, author of the Empire series of historical novels and The Dangerous Book for Boys, tells us about the unusual book of poetry that he'd never lend.
Edward Wilson-Lee on The Catalogue of Shipwrecked Books
Conn Iggulden on the book he'd never lend
Sophie van Llewyn gives her recommendations of Romanian writers for the Reading Clinic
Role Contributor Presenter Mariella Frostrup Interviewed Guest Anthony Horowitz