The world's great authors discuss their best-known novel.
All available episodes
Upcoming episodes (3 new and 6 repeats)
In June Mohsin Hamid will be discussing his novel Exit West
Jennifer Egan will be talking about her novel A Visit from the Goon Squad
PEN is the pressure group which campaigns for the release of writers held in jail
Harriett Gilbert talks to author Toni Morrison about her book Beloved.
Young narrators casting a weary eye over the troubling world around them
From Scott Fitzgerald to Anne Tyler - books to unwind to.
Favourite episodes of World Book Club, featuring Maya Angelou and Henning Mankell.
Sign up for BBC newsletters to keep you updated on book programmes and articles.
Henning Mankel, Patrica Cornwell, Jo Nesbo: stars of the genre discuss their craft.
From JD Salinger's Catcher in the Rye to Irving Welsh's Trainspotting.
From the tulip fields of 17th Century Amsterdam to the trenches of World War One.
Listen or download all the programmes from the archive.
Kenya's most famous writer returns home to talk to BBC World Book Club on 3rd March
Killing Floor is the first of the Jack Reacher novels. Lee Child reads its beginning
Does the chance to live her life repeatedly free our heroine up to fulfill her destiny?
Alan Holllinghurst on the key ingredients that make up his 1980s novel The Line of Beauty