Mia Couto and Wayétu Moore discuss two new African novels exploring colonialism and myth.
Mia Couto and Wayétu Moore, Mr B's Bookshop, Claire Alexander
Pajtim Statovci, Gerald Murnane discussed, Roxane Gay's favourite book, Benjamin Dreyer
Pajtim Statovci discusses his novel Crossing and we explore the work of Gerald Murnane
Carolina Setterwall, Re-reading and what it offers, Shadowplay reviewed, Ahmad Danny Ramadan
Carolina Setterwall discusses her debut novel and we explore the pleasures of re-reading
Kevin Barry on his new novel, and we discuss queer nature writing
Irish writer Kevin Barry, plus Philip Hoare and Mike Parker on queer nature writing.
Will Eaves on Alan Turing; The Moon in Fiction and Poetry; Afrofuturism
Will Eaves discusses Murmur, his award-winning novel about Alan Turing.
Iris Murdoch Special
On the centenary of her birth, Open Book celebrates the novels of Iris Murdoch.
Ocean Vuong, Bauhaus novels, Sudan literary postcard
Award-winning poet Ocean Vuong discusses his debut novel, On Earth We're Briefly Gorgeous.
Sir John Eliot Gardiner: Restoring early music
Classical conductor John Eliot Gardiner brings a 275 year old Handel work to a new stage
Sarah Brett with late night discussion on the issues and stories that matter to you.
John Eliot Gardiner and the Monteverdi Orchestra
Lloyd Coleman gets alongside legendary classical conductor John Eliot Gardiner
Trump and Kashmir
Would you want Donald Trump to help India and Pakistan solve the Kashmir conflict?
Carol Vorderman at the Royal Welsh Show: Tuesday
It's Carol's second day and she's joined by special guest, Keeping Faith star Eve Myles.