From Amsterdam's 17th century to the trenches of WW1 - books that have depicted history
World Book Club discusses Bring Up the Bodies with Man Booker prize-winner Hilary Mantel
Author Mohsin Hamid on his book The Reluctant Fundamentalist, now made into a film
A novel about love, mysticism and the life of the Sufi poet Rumi
Somali writer Nuruddin Farah will be discussing his novel Maps with Harriett Gilbert
Egyptian author Ahdaf Soueif on what has gone wrong in Egypt in her eyes
Poignant tale of young Irish woman trying to make a new life in 1950s New York
Rose Tremain answers questions from listeners about her best-seller, Restoration.
Louis De Bernieres answers questions about his novel, Captain Corelli's Mandolin.
The author discusses the psychological impact of World War I
A richly imagined historic tale of art, beauty,lust and greed in.1630s Amsterdam.
Ian McEwan discusses his 20th century familiy saga about the need for atonement
Historical novel about a 19th-century Englishman transported to Australia for theft