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Along The River
With Alan Hollinghurst, Chris Wallace-Crabbe, Jude Rogers and MacGillivray
With Tracy K Smith, Terrance Hayes and Sarah Churchwell.
The Hay Festival
Ian McMillan is joined by John Lanchester, Hannah Sullivan, Rachel Parris and Nina Stibbe
Live from The Aldeburgh Festival with Lavinia Greenlaw, Fiona Sampson and Mark Padmore.
The Common or Vulgar Verb
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The Sound of Translation
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The Moon Verb
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The language and literature of loneliness with Kate Carr and DJ Taylor.
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Kieran Yates with Views on the News
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