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Jackie Kay: Trumpet
This month World Book Club talks to Scottish poet Laureate Jackie Kay
Junot Diaz: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
Dominican-American writer Junot Diaz on his novel The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
Celeste Ng discusses her bestsellling novel Everything I Never Told You
Sarah Waters: Tipping the Velvet
Harriett Gilbert talks to British writer Sarah Waters about her novel, Tipping the Velvet
Amy Bloom: Away
Writer Amy Bloom's novel, Away, is a searing tale of migration, exile, and motherhood
Anuradha Roy: An Atlas of Impossible Longing
Indian writer Anuradha Roy discusses her much-loved novel, An Atlas of Impossible Longing
Hilary Mantel: Bring Up the Bodies
World Book Club discusses Bring Up the Bodies with Man Booker prize-winner Hilary Mantel
James Ellroy - American Tabloid
American Tabloid exposes the underbelly of a country on the brink of Kennedy's golden age
Kate Atkinson: Life After Life
Kate Atkinson discusses her celebrated novel Life After Life
Lijia Zhang: Lotus
In Beijing discussing Lotus, about a migrant worker who ends up a prostitute in Shenzen
Chan Koonchung - The Fat Years
Chan Koonchung joins the World Book Club to discuss his dystopian novel The Fat Years
Lee Child - Killing Floor
Leading thriller writer Lee Child discusses Killing Floor and its hero Jack Reacher
JoJo Moyes - Me Before You
JoJo Moyes discusses her wildly popular novel Me Before You
Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o - A Grain of Wheat
A special edition from Nairobi University's bustling bookshop, where Ngugi was a director.
Donna Leon - Death at La Fenice
Donna Leon discusses her celebrated novel Death at La Fenice.
Siri Hustvedt - What I Loved
Award-winning writer Siri Hustvedt discusses her novel What I Loved with the WBC audience.
Another chance to hear Andrea Levy talking about her prize-winning novel Small Island.
Chigozie Obioma - The Fishermen
Acclaimed Nigerian writer Chigozie Obioma talks about his novel The Fishermen
Ann Cleeves - Raven Black
Ann Cleeves discusses her novel Raven Black with Harriett Gilbert and the WBC audience
Héctor Abad - Oblivion
A tribute to the author's father who was murdered by Columbian paramilitaries in 1987
A new MoMA - re-opening the Museum of Modern Art
Following staff at New York’s MOMA as they prepare new galleries & rehang the collection
The Way I See It: Jason Moran and Piet Mondrian
Jazz pianist & composer Jason Moran shares his view of Mondrian's Broadway Boogie Woogie.
Discussion and debate on the big issues affecting British Asians.
Wynne chats to the 79-year-old who's spent decades helping families in need.