Bbc radio 4 books and authors
BBC Radio 4 - Books and Authors, Open Book Special: Why We ReadMariella is joined by author Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor, who discusses her acclaimed debut Yaa Gyasi's debut novel Homegoing is already one of the most talked about debuts of An original Jane Eyre manuscript published in a new edition and a story from Chris Cleave. Mariella talks to Susan Hill about her bestselling Woman in Black; she hears how to a Mariella talks to writer Will Self about cuts to UK libraries.
From light-hearted conversational podcasts, to live talks from world-renowned writers, these shows are the perfect audio fix for book lovers who like to delve beyond the book. Our very own Penguin podcast features world-class thinkers and pioneers from publishing and beyond. Join us as we ask them to bring five objects to the Penguin studios that have inspired their work. The VINTAGE Podcast releases weekly and covers author interviews, book news and discussions on bookish subjects ranging from literary fiction to graphic novels, cookery to crime fiction, history and travel to biography and poetry. Listen on: Apple Podcasts Acast. Expect conversations about heritage, beauty standards, money, queer culture and everything in between!
In Open Book Mariella Frostrup talks to authors about their work. Robert Harris discusses his new novel and reflects on 30 years of writing fiction. - Serialised book readings, featuring works of non-fiction, biography, autobiography, travel, diaries, essays, humour and history. All available episodes 62 total.