Mark Lawson talks to author Margaret Atwood about winning the Booker Prize for Fiction.
Alan Hollinghurst talks about his Man Booker prize-winning novel The Line of Beauty.
Anne Enright talks about her Man Booker prize-winning novel The Gathering.
Arundhati Roy talks about her Booker prize winning novel The God of Small Things.
James Naughtie talks to author A S Byatt about her novel Possession.
James Naughtie talks to Richard Flanagan about The Narrow Road to the Deep North
People of the Year: Eleanor Catton talks about winning the 2013 Man Booker Prize.
People of the Year: Hilary Mantel.
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Hilary Mantel discusses her second Man Booker Prize-winning novel Bring Up the Bodies.
2012 Man Booker Prize nominee Hilary Mantel talks about her book Bring Up the Bodies.
Hilary Mantel talks to Mark Lawson of Front Row about staged adaptations of her books.
John Banville discussing The Sea
John Banville discusses his Man Booker-winning novel The Sea. With James Naughtie.
A group of readers, James Naughtie and Kazuo Ishiguro discuss The Remains of The Day.
James Naughtie talks to Kazuo Ishiguro about his novel detailing a butler's life.
Listen to the full uncut interview with the author of A Brief History of Seven Killings.
Michael Ondaatje talks about his 1992 Booker prize-winning novel The English Patient.
Salman Rushdie talks to radio director Emma Harding about his novel Midnight's Children.
On his Man Booker prize winning novel, The Sellout.
James Naughtie talks to Penelope Lively about her Booker Prize winning novel Moon Tiger.
Peter Carey talks about his novel the True History of the Kelly Gang.
Richard Flanagan talks about The Narrow Road to the Deep North, which won the Man Booker.
Irish writer Roddy Doyle joins James Naughtie to discuss his novel Paddy Clarke HA HA HA.
James Naughtie hosts a discussion with Salman Rushdie about his novel Midnight's Children.
Sir Salman Rushdie talks to James Naughtie about his Booker-winner Midnight's Children.
James Naughtie and readers meet the 1982 Booker Prize winner Thomas Keneally.
James Naughtie talks to Yann Martel about Life of Pi.