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Available episodes (308)
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  1  Sun 23 Feb 2003  Chick Lit Special
  2  Fri 25 Apr 2003  Mark Haddon
  3  Wed 03 Sep 2003  John Grisham
  4  Sun 17 Jul 2005  Doris Lessing
  5  Sun 11 Dec 2005  Alexander Masters
  6  Sun 20 Aug 2006  Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
  7  Sun 28 Jan 2007  Sophie Kinsella, Free Copies of Kidnapped and The Tenderness of Wolves
  8  Thu 01 Feb 2007  Sophie Kinsella, Robert Louis Stevenson\'s Kidnapped, and Stef Penney
  9  Sun 11 Feb 2007  Justin Cartwright, Mr Hudson and the Library, and Unusual Typography
 10  Sun 18 Feb 2007  Lesley Pearse, Meg Hutchinson and Book Websites
 11  Sun 25 Feb 2007  Gerard Woodward, and Dishing the Dirt on the Office
 12  Sun 11 Mar 2007  Tracy Chevalier, Kevin Jackson, and Longhand versus Word Processing
 13  Sun 18 Mar 2007  Jim Crace, Jay Rayner, Ali Smith on Katherine Mansfield, and finishing Vernon God Little
 14  Sun 25 Mar 2007  China Mieville, Derek Landy, Frances Hodgson Burnett, and Historical Books for Children
 15  Sun 08 Apr 2007  Publishing Houses
 16  Sun 15 Apr 2007  Graham Swift, Writing from Beyond the Grave, and the US Books Invasion
 17  Sun 22 Apr 2007  Bite Sized Classics, Anne Enright, Unusual Narrators and Pulitzer Prize
 18  Sun 22 Apr 2007  Anne Enright, Bite Sized Classics, and the Pulitzer Prize
 19  Sun 29 Apr 2007  Sebastian Faulks, Tie in Book Covers, and William Somerset Maugham
 20  Sun 13 May 2007  John Preston, The Great American Novel, and Helen Oyeyemi
 21  Sun 20 May 2007  Owen Sheers, American Book Critics, and Blurbs
 22  Sun 27 May 2007  Thomas Keneally, Gordon Brown, Peter Ho Davies, Dayo Forster, and Rosie Boycott
 23  Thu 07 Jun 2007  Peter Carey
 24  Thu 14 Jun 2007  Michael Chabon, Louise Doughty, and Dayo Forster
 25  Sun 17 Jun 2007  Penelope Lively
 26  Sun 24 Jun 2007  Gordon Brown, Harry Potter, and Summer Reads for Teenagers
 27  Sun 08 Jul 2007  John Harvey, Online Publishing, Parent Writing Partnerships, and H Rider Haggard
 28  Sun 15 Jul 2007  Armistead Maupin, Mark Knopfler, and Are Children’s Books Just for Children?
 29  Sun 22 Jul 2007  Summer Reading, Sam North, and Sue Townsend
 30  Sun 29 Jul 2007  Marcus Sedgwick, Vintage Twins, Italian Crime Novels, and The Agent
 31  Sun 12 Aug 2007  Elif Shafak, Virginia Woolf’s Servants, and Teenage Voices
 32  Sun 19 Aug 2007  Joseph Conrad, Nicholas Shakespeare, and Scottish Crime Post-Rebus
 33  Sun 26 Aug 2007  Robert Macfarlane, Adrian Chiles, and Judging a Book Prize
 34  Sun 09 Sep 2007  Jonathan Coe, Sequels to Austen, and Prue Leith
 35  Sun 16 Sep 2007  Peter Ackroyd, The New Writing Ventures Awards 2007, and Second World War Stories
 36  Sun 23 Sep 2007  Geraldine McCaughrean, and a Guide to the Work of Saul Bellow
 37  Sun 30 Sep 2007  Michael Ondaatje, Illustrated Books, Mrs Lirriper\'s Lodgings, and Cheerful but Challenging Books
 38  Sun 14 Oct 2007  Douglas Coupland, John Cowper Powys, and Martin Bell
 39  Sun 21 Oct 2007  Malorie Blackman, and 18th Century Erotic Fiction
 40  Sun 28 Oct 2007  Jane Gardman, War of Words over War and Peace, and Classic Fiction from another Perspective
 41  Sun 11 Nov 2007  Alice Sebold, Is Print is Dead?, and the Style of Saki
 42  Sun 18 Nov 2007  Norman Mailer, Football and Fiction, and End of the Hardback
 43  Sun 25 Nov 2007  Richard Russo, Jerome K Jerome, and Sweeney Todd
 44  Sun 09 Dec 2007  Christopher Koch, Christmas Fiction Picks, and Classics for Children
 45  Sun 16 Dec 2007  Benjamin Markovits, The Work of Eileen Chang, and Christmas Non-fiction Picks
 46  Sun 23 Dec 2007  Khaled Hosseini
 47  Sun 30 Dec 2007  Comedy Writing; including Lynne Truss, John O\'Farrell, D J Taylor and John Bowen
 48  Sun 13 Jan 2008  The work of Edgar Allan Poe
 49  Sun 20 Jan 2008  Eoin Colfer, Novels in translation, Books about China, and Public School Novels
 50  Sun 27 Jan 2008  Helen Dunmore, Will Self and the work of J G Ballard
 51  Sun 10 Feb 2008  Joanna Trollope, Psychoanalysis and Fiction, and Irmgard Keun
 52  Sun 17 Feb 2008  Bernhard Schlink, Memoir Writing for Beginners, and New Grub Street
 53  Sun 24 Feb 2008  Richard Dawkins, José Saramago: a Reader\'s Guide, and Clare Morrall
 54  Sun 09 Mar 2008  Justine Picardie
 55  Sun 16 Mar 2008  Manil Suri, Working in a bookshop, Independent Publishers, Books about Berlin
 56  Sun 23 Mar 2008  Andrew Grieg, From Columnist to Novelist, and Mrs Gaskell
 57  Sun 30 Mar 2008  Jo Brand, The Literature of Armageddon, and Julia Donaldson
 58  Sun 13 Apr 2008  Anne Fine, Publishers Go Green, and Dostoevsky for Beginners
 59  Sun 20 Apr 2008  Will Self, Dumas\'s Lost Masterpiece, and Philip Hensher on Naipaul
 60  Sun 27 Apr 2008  William Sutcliffe, Nabokov\'s Last Novel, and Writing
 61  Sun 11 May 2008  John Burnside, The Office Novel, Unusual Book Advertising, and Chip Kidd
 62  Sun 18 May 2008  Sebastian Barry, Book Serialisations, and Fictional Twins
 63  Sun 25 May 2008  Open Book at teh Hay Festival; including Andrew Davies, Philip Kerr, Catherine O\'Flynn and Tim Smit
 64  Sun 08 Jun 2008  Susan Hill, Andrei Makine, and The Last Straight Face
 65  Sun 15 Jun 2008  Damon Galgut, Rewriting for the American market, and The Bloomsday Dead
 66  Sun 22 Jun 2008  Dave Pelzer, Les Miserables, and Items Found in Books
 67  Sun 29 Jun 2008  Irvine Welsh, Creating a New Sleuth, and John Banville
 68  Sun 13 Jul 2008  Patrick McGrath, Herman Melville\' Israel Potter, and Bethan Robert
 69  Sun 20 Jul 2008  Robert Edric, The Screwtape Letters, and Raymond Briggs
 70  Sun 27 Jul 2008  Deirdre Madden, John Healy, and Art in books
 71  Sun 10 Aug 2008  Open Book in New York; including Meg Wolitzer and Treasures of the Morgan Library
 72  Sun 17 Aug 2008  Open Book in New York; including Paul Auster and Siri Hustvedt
 73  Sun 24 Aug 2008  Philippa Gregory, Love Letters, Max Blecher, and Graphic Novels
 74  Sun 31 Aug 2008  Andrew Miller, Arthur C Clarke\'s Last Book, W G Sebald and Translation
 75  Sun 14 Sep 2008  Tibor Fischer, Books for a rainy day, Frankenstein in Fiction, and Winston Graham Centenary
 76  Sun 21 Sep 2008  Marilynne Robinson, David Foster Wallace, Book Collecting, and Irene Nemirovsky
 77  Sun 28 Sep 2008  Zoe Heller, Alan Sillitoe, and Books for Men
 78  Sun 12 Oct 2008  Mal Peet, Isabel Fonseca, John Lloyd, and Paul Auster
 79  Sun 19 Oct 2008  Thomas Keneally, Reading the Oxford English Dictionary and Alexander Linklater on Eric Linklater
 80  Sun 26 Oct 2008  Bernard Cornwell, Self Improvement Books, and Nevil Shute\'s On the Beach
 81  Sun 09 Nov 2008  Toni Morrison
 82  Sun 16 Nov 2008  Shena Mackay, Can Books Beat the Stock Market?, and American Pioneer Reading Clinic
 83  Sun 23 Nov 2008  Will Self on Burroughs, Bluebeard, and Science Fiction Reading Clinic
 84  Sun 30 Nov 2008  Ian Buruma, and Christmas Books
 85  Sun 14 Dec 2008  Sean O\'Brien, Children\'s Books of the Year, and Norman Maclean
 86  Sun 21 Dec 2008  Nigella Lawson and debut novels
 87  Sun 28 Dec 2008  Novelists and their Families
 88  Sun 11 Jan 2009  Jay McInerney, crime writing from Scandinavia
 89  Sun 18 Jan 2009  Niccolo Ammaniti, and Bram Stoker\'s Dracula
 90  Sun 25 Jan 2009  Charles Elton on Mr Toppit
 91  Sun 08 Feb 2009  Kate Grenville on Australia
 92  Sun 15 Feb 2009  Sophie Hannah
 93  Sun 22 Feb 2009  Sanjida O\'Connell, Dame Beryl Bainbridge and the work of Hans Fallada
 94  Sun 08 Mar 2009  Dame Joan Bakewell on writing a novel
 95  Sun 15 Mar 2009  Marcel Theroux, and Literary Censorship in South Africa
 96  Sun 22 Mar 2009  Maggie Gee, and Los Angeles sleuth Philip Marlowe
 97  Sun 29 Mar 2009  Tom Rob Smith and Donna Leon
 98  Sun 12 Apr 2009  A Nature Writing Special including the work of Horatio Clare, John Stewart Collis and Gerald Durrell
 99  Sun 19 Apr 2009  Elmore Leonard, Jane Austen\'s continuing cultural significance, and The Heart of a Dog.
100  Sun 26 Apr 2009  Hilary Mantel, Brian Chikwava, Will Self and fictional dentists
101  Sun 10 May 2009  Colm Toibin, Ali Smith, and the new John Wyndham book
102  Sun 17 May 2009  Michael Palin and Julia O\'Faolain
103  Sun 24 May 2009  Jake Arnott, and Michael Parkinson
104  Sun 31 May 2009  Rose Tremain, Alaa Al-Aswany, Monty Don, Matthew d’Ancona and Peter Florence
105  Sun 14 Jun 2009  George Pelecanos, the Palestinian Festival of Literature, and Liz Jenson
106  Sun 21 Jun 2009  A joint initiative between Oxfam and Profile Books, Patrick Neate, and the Salem witch trials of 1692
107  Sun 28 Jun 2009  Adam Thorpe, Machiavelli\'s The Prince, and the comic talents of Jerome K Jerome
108  Sun 12 Jul 2009  Marina Lewycka, A Posthumous Book by Ernest Hemingway, and the Work of Franz Kafka
109  Sun 19 Jul 2009  Aravind Adiga, Dame Beryl Bainbridge, and European Writers and the Carribbean
110  Sun 26 Jul 2009  Chris Patten, Adam Thirlwell, and Holiday Paperbacks
111  Sun 09 Aug 2009  Christopher Brookmyre, a guide to Thomas Pynchon, and a New Biography of Arthur Ransome
112  Sun 16 Aug 2009  Diana Evans, The Novelist\'s Health, Gay Fiction, and Reading Dictionaries for Fun
113  Sun 23 Aug 2009  Iain Banks, and the Inspiration for Brideshead Revisited
114  Sun 30 Aug 2009  Nick Hornby, Fay Weldon and Henry Porter
115  Sun 13 Sep 2009  William Boyd
116  Sun 20 Sep 2009  John Banville, Malcolm Lowry and a New Biography of Charles Dickens
117  Sun 27 Sep 2009  The Rise of Australian Fiction including Richard Flanagan, Tim Winton and Thomas Keneally
118  Sun 11 Oct 2009  Robert Harris, Clarice Lispector, and The Masterpieces That Never Were
119  Sun 18 Oct 2009  William Boyd, Ruth Rendell, Colm Toibin, Hari Kunzru and Susan Hill nominate Neglected Classics
120  Sun 25 Oct 2009  Dame Beryl Bainbridge, Howard Jacobson, Joanna Trollope, Michael Morpurgo and Val McDermid nominate their Neglected Classics
121  Sun 08 Nov 2009  Neglected Classics Results, David Malouf, and Gothic Fiction
122  Sun 15 Nov 2009  Frances Fyfield; John Cheever; San Francisco Reading Matter
123  Sun 22 Nov 2009  A Beginner\'s Guide to Tolstoy and Literature Dedications
124  Sun 29 Nov 2009  Jeanette Winterson, Sir Frank Kermode, Meg Rosoff and Philip Ardagh
125  Sun 13 Dec 2009  Colum McCann Interview and The Future of Bookshops
126  Sun 20 Dec 2009  Crime Writing and 2010 Publishing Highlights
127  Sun 27 Dec 2009  Diana Athill, Giles Foden, John Carey, DJ Taylor and Jenny Uglow
128  Sun 10 Jan 2010  10/01/2010
129  Sun 17 Jan 2010  17/01/2010
130  Sun 24 Jan 2010  24/01/2010
131  Sun 31 Jan 2010  31/01/2010
132  Sun 14 Feb 2010  14/02/2010
133  Sun 21 Feb 2010  21/02/2010
134  Sun 28 Feb 2010  28/02/2010
135  Sun 14 Mar 2010  14/03/2010
136  Sun 21 Mar 2010  21/03/2010
137  Sun 28 Mar 2010  28/03/2010
138  Sun 11 Apr 2010  11/04/2010
139  Sun 18 Apr 2010  18/04/2010
140  Sun 25 Apr 2010  25/04/2010
141  Sun 09 May 2010  09/05/2010
142  Sun 16 May 2010  16/05/2010
143  Sun 23 May 2010  23/05/2010
144  Sun 30 May 2010  30/05/2010
145  Sun 13 Jun 2010  13/06/2010
146  Sun 20 Jun 2010  20/06/2010
147  Sun 27 Jun 2010  27/06/2010
148  Sun 11 Jul 2010  11/07/2010
149  Sun 18 Jul 2010  18/07/2010
150  Sun 08 Aug 2010  08/08/2010
151  Sun 15 Aug 2010  15/08/2010
152  Sun 22 Aug 2010  22/08/2010
153  Sun 29 Aug 2010  29/08/2010
154  Sun 12 Sep 2010  12/09/2010
155  Sun 19 Sep 2010  19/09/2010
156  Sun 26 Sep 2010  26/09/2010
157  Sun 10 Oct 2010  10/10/2010
158  Sun 17 Oct 2010  17/10/2010
159  Sun 24 Oct 2010  24/10/2010
160  Sun 31 Oct 2010  31/10/2010
161  Sun 14 Nov 2010  14/11/2010
162  Sun 21 Nov 2010  21/11/2010
163  Sun 28 Nov 2010  28/11/2010
164  Sun 12 Dec 2010  12/12/2010
165  Sun 19 Dec 2010  19/12/2010
166  Sun 26 Dec 2010  26/12/2010
167  Thu 13 Jan 2011  13/01/2011
168  Sun 16 Jan 2011  Alastair Campbell\'s Five of the Best; AS Byatt and Carol Birch
169  Sun 23 Jan 2011  Paul Torday, Jay Parini, Sue Arnold
170  Sun 30 Jan 2011  Sebastian Faulks; Michael Arditti; and Frontier Fiction
171  Sun 13 Feb 2011  13/02/2011
172  Sun 20 Feb 2011  20/02/2011
173  Sun 27 Feb 2011  Kim Edwards; Sybille Bedford; Sarah Dunant
174  Sun 13 Mar 2011  13/03/2011
175  Sun 20 Mar 2011  20/03/2011
176  Sun 27 Mar 2011  27/03/2011
177  Sun 10 Apr 2011  10/04/2011
178  Sun 17 Apr 2011  17/04/2011
179  Sun 24 Apr 2011  Edward St Aubyn
180  Sun 08 May 2011  08/05/2011
181  Sun 15 May 2011  15/05/2011
182  Sun 22 May 2011  Frederick Forsyth, Robert Louis Stevenson, and Literary Salons in Afghanistan
183  Sun 29 May 2011  29/05/2011
184  Sun 12 Jun 2011  Amitav Ghosh and Alexander Baron rediscovered
185  Sun 19 Jun 2011  Margaret Drabble, Helen Oyeyemi and Beach Reads
186  Sun 26 Jun 2011  26/06/2011
187  Sun 10 Jul 2011  Part one of a history of women\'s writing, A Book of One\'s Own
188  Sun 17 Jul 2011  Al Murray on Thackeray, and a History of Women\'s Writing Part Two
189  Sun 24 Jul 2011  A History of Women\'s Writing Part Three; Has Crime Writing Become Too Gory?
190  Sun 31 Jul 2011  31/07/2011
191  Sun 14 Aug 2011  14/08/2011
192  Sun 21 Aug 2011  21/08/2011
193  Sun 28 Aug 2011  28/08/2011
194  Sun 11 Sep 2011  Mariella Frostrup talks to authors Meg Rosoff and Christopher Hope
195  Sun 18 Sep 2011  Charles Frazier, author of Cold Mountain, discusses his latest book Nightwoods with Mariella Frostrup
196  Sun 25 Sep 2011  Open Book marks the 50th anniversary of Catch 22 and the role of the writer-in-residence
197  Sun 09 Oct 2011  Robert Harris discusses his latest novel The Fear Index
198  Sun 16 Oct 2011  Ian Rankin discusses The Impossible Dead with Mariella Frostrup
199  Sun 23 Oct 2011  23/10/2011
200  Sun 30 Oct 2011  Victoria Hislop talks about her new novel The Thread
201  Sun 13 Nov 2011  13/11/2011
202  Sun 20 Nov 2011  20/11/2011
203  Sun 27 Nov 2011  27/11/2011
204  Sun 11 Dec 2011  11/12/2011
205  Sun 18 Dec 2011  Open Book continues its celebration of funny books and writers
206  Sat 24 Dec 2011  Funny Books Special
207  Sun 08 Jan 2012  Open Book Listeners\' Funniest Books
208  Sun 15 Jan 2012  Gillian Slovo on General Gordon and Empire
209  Sun 22 Jan 2012  Kate Williams on Victoriana and Susan Hill revisits The Woman in Black
210  Sun 29 Jan 2012  Depictions of students in literature and Catherine Fletcher on Our Man in Rome
211  Sun 19 Feb 2012  Aminatta Forna discusses the delights of the short story
212  Sun 26 Feb 2012  John Lanchester discusses his latest book Capital
213  Sun 11 Mar 2012  Marina Lewycka, on her latest book \'Various Pets Alive and Dead\'
214  Sun 18 Mar 2012  18/03/2012
215  Sun 25 Mar 2012  25/03/2012
216  Sun 08 Apr 2012  Sir Ronald Harwood on the books that influenced him
217  Sun 15 Apr 2012  Turkish novelist Elif Shafak and the best of children\'s books
218  Sun 22 Apr 2012  Timothy Mo on his much-anticipated novel, Pure
219  Sun 29 Apr 2012  Russell Kane bringing comedy to his first novel The Humorist
220  Sun 13 May 2012  Jackie Kay on her new collection of short stories Reality, Reality
221  Sun 20 May 2012  Orlando Figes on his new book Just Send Me Word
222  Sun 27 May 2012  David Hewson on his novel adaptation of The Killing
223  Sun 10 Jun 2012  Lionel Shriver on her controversial novel The New Republic
224  Sun 17 Jun 2012  Literary London Special
225  Sun 24 Jun 2012  Adele Parks on the continuing appeal of Chick Lit
226  Sun 08 Jul 2012  Michael Palin on his novel The Truth
227  Sun 15 Jul 2012  Ben Fountain on his satirical Iraq war novel Billy Lynn\'s Long Halftime Walk
228  Sun 22 Jul 2012  Paul Theroux special
229  Sun 29 Jul 2012  Christopher Buckley on his latest novel They Eat Puppies, Don\'t They
230  Sun 12 Aug 2012  Comedian and author Russell Kane presents Open Book
231  Sun 19 Aug 2012  Aminatta Forna presents Open Book
232  Sun 26 Aug 2012  Dreda Say Mitchell presents a special on Tartan Noir
233  Sun 09 Sep 2012  09/09/2012
234  Sun 16 Sep 2012  Will Self on his Booker-shortlisted novel Umbrella
235  Sun 23 Sep 2012  AN Wilson on his novel, The Potter\'s Hand
236  Sun 30 Sep 2012  Edna O\'Brien on her memoir Country Girl
237  Sun 14 Oct 2012  Michael Chabon on his latest novel Telegraph Avenue
238  Sun 21 Oct 2012  AM Homes on her new novel May We Be Forgiven
239  Sun 28 Oct 2012  Dawn French on her novel Oh Dear Silvia
240  Sun 11 Nov 2012  Jeremy Bowen discusses the Arab Spring
241  Sun 18 Nov 2012  Rachel Johnson on her latest book Winter Games
242  Sun 25 Nov 2012  Children\'s Book Special
243  Sun 09 Dec 2012  09/12/2012
244  Sun 16 Dec 2012  Barbara Kingsolver, Victoria Glendinning and David Baddiel
245  Sun 23 Dec 2012  Colin Firth\'s Five of the Best
246  Sun 30 Dec 2012  Literary trends of 2012
247  Sun 13 Jan 2013  Pride and Prejudice - 200th Anniversary Special
248  Sun 20 Jan 2013  Chinese literature - viewing this emerging superpower through its novels
249  Sun 27 Jan 2013  Thomas Keneally on classic Australian literature
250  Sun 10 Feb 2013  Ali Smith on the 50th anniversary of The Bell Jar; Alex Preston on innovation in the novel
251  Sun 17 Feb 2013  17/02/2013
252  Sun 24 Feb 2013  Instructions for a Heatwave; obesity in the contemporary novel
253  Sun 10 Mar 2013  AL Kennedy discusses her book On Writing
254  Sun 17 Mar 2013  Kate Atkinson on Life After Life
255  Sun 24 Mar 2013  The Hired Man, the Russian literary scene, and The Water-Babies
256  Sun 31 Mar 2013  Patrick Ness on The Crane Wife
257  Sun 14 Apr 2013  Ghana Must Go; After Tomorrow
258  Sun 21 Apr 2013  Harlan Coben on his novel Six Years
259  Sun 28 Apr 2013  Sir Walter Scott Special from the Royal Opera House
260  Sun 12 May 2013  Tessa Hadley on her novel Clever Girl; Cory Doctorow; and Ian Rankin on the book he would never lend
261  Sun 19 May 2013  Author Louise Erdrich; plus the winner of the Independent Bookshop award
262  Sun 26 May 2013  Colum McCann on his novel TransAtlantic; mental health and fiction
263  Sun 09 Jun 2013  Mark Billingham on his latest book The Dying Hours
264  Sun 16 Jun 2013  Louise Doughty on Apple Tree Yard; a new pan-African prize for novelists
265  Sun 23 Jun 2013  Neil Gaiman Special
266  Sun 30 Jun 2013  Evie Wyld on her latest novel All the Birds, Singing
267  Sun 14 Jul 2013  Denise Mina on The Red Road
268  Sun 21 Jul 2013  Summer in literature; Rilla Askew on Kind of Kin; David Mitchell
269  Sun 28 Jul 2013  Alcohol\'s influence on literature; James Runcie; Grace McCleen
270  Sun 11 Aug 2013  Literary Landscapes - The Lake District with Sarah Hall
271  Sun 18 Aug 2013  Literary Landscapes - Cornwall with Patrick Gale
272  Sun 25 Aug 2013  Literary Landscapes - Belfast with Glenn Patterson
273  Sun 08 Sep 2013  Jhumpa Lahiri, mountain literature and revamping the classics pulp fiction style
274  Sun 15 Sep 2013  Jo Nesbo on his new Harry Hole thriller Police
275  Sun 22 Sep 2013  The Story, edited by Victoria Hislop; scientist-author collaboration; Man Booker Prize
276  Sun 29 Sep 2013  Brazilian literary scene; Sathnam Sanghera; Harrogate History Festival
277  Sun 13 Oct 2013  Philip Pullman, Jung Chang, Alexander McCall Smith
278  Sun 20 Oct 2013  Conn Iggulden; Autumn in literature; The best non-fiction
279  Sun 27 Oct 2013  Justin Cartwright on his novel Lion Heart; Joe Sacco on his graphic novel of The Great War
280  Sun 10 Nov 2013  Margaret Drabble on her novel The Pure Gold Baby, and Sebastian Faulks and Helen Dunmore on WWI novels
281  Sun 17 Nov 2013  Scott Turow; Paul Bailey and Manda Scot on gay literature; Charlie Hill
282  Sun 24 Nov 2013  Bernard MacLaverty on a literary life
283  Sun 08 Dec 2013  David Vann, Stuart Kelly, Penelope Lively, Suzanne Berne
284  Sun 15 Dec 2013  Lord Peter Wimsey, John Freeman, Kate Mosse
285  Sun 22 Dec 2013  Year of the Women Writers
286  Sun 29 Dec 2013  Children\'s Laureate Special
287  Sun 12 Jan 2014  Carlos Acosta; Victoria Hislop; Literary heroines with Samantha Ellis and Dr Paula Byrne
288  Sun 19 Jan 2014  Horatio Clare and Christopher Nicholson on winter; Jeffery Deaver; Anna Whitwham
289  Thu 30 Jan 2014  Deborah Levy; Bulgarian fiction; Jamie Byng\'s literary pick
290  Sun 09 Feb 2014  Adam Foulds, Naomi Wood, David Park, Lindsey Davis, listeners\' heroines
291  Sun 16 Feb 2014  Ben Watt, Mike Nicol, Rachel Cooke and Jonathan Gibbs
292  Sun 23 Feb 2014  Sally Beauman, Darragh McKeon, Hamid Ismailov and Margie Orford
293  Sun 09 Mar 2014  Tobias Hill, Readers\' Guide to Stefan Zweig, literary prizes
294  Sun 16 Mar 2014  Mary Lawson; Iranian literature; AS Byatt and Cecil Day Lewis
295  Sun 23 Mar 2014  Anita Shreve, Rebecca Mead
296  Sun 30 Mar 2014  Damon Galgut, Kate Colquhoun, Judith Flanders, AL Kennedy, Julian Gough, Stella Duffy
297  Sun 13 Apr 2014  Niall Williams, Armistead Maupin, Contemporary Chinese Literature
298  Sun 20 Apr 2014  Kamila Shamsie; Young feminist writing
299  Sun 27 Apr 2014  Sadie Jones, Peter Buwalda, Will Self
300  Sun 11 May 2014  11/05/2014
301  Sun 18 May 2014  18/05/2014
302  Sun 25 May 2014  25/05/2014
303  Sun 08 Jun 2014  Gabriel Garcia Marquez
304  Sun 15 Jun 2014  15/06/2014
305  Sun 22 Jun 2014  Sandra Newman, Roopa Farooki, John Banville, Courttia Newland
306  Sun 29 Jun 2014  From Alice to Lyra - Philip Pullman on why Oxford is the home of children\'s literature
307  Sun 13 Jul 2014  Richard Flanagan
308  Sun 20 Jul 2014  Tom Campbell and Nikesh Shukla

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