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Supreme CourageThe General tells tales of Victoria Cross Heroes.
The writer and co-creator of Earthfall's dance theatre piece At Swim Two Boys introduce their collaboration, before the first of three Festival performances.
PétainThe Biographer introduces his life of the French military hero and national leader.
Join storyteller Liz Fost and the white bunny herself to celebrate her 50th birthday.
Travel in Time: Adventures in History and MythThe intrepid historian quests for Shangri-la, the Golden Fleece, the Queen of Sheba, and the Holy Grail.
The ColumnistThe Policy Editor analyses the day's papers and the role and art of the columnist. What is it they do exactly? And why are there so many?
The comic diarist turns her darker satire on today with Adrian Mole and the Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Join Storyteller Liz Fost and the white bunny herself to celebrate her 50th birthday.
A&B Filmmaker's SeriesThe actor/director/screenwriter (Wilde, Bright Young Things) discusses and show four of his favourite scenes with Peter Florence.
The iconic theatre director discusses his work with his autobiographer. His production of Tierno Bokar opens at Warwick in June.
The World is FlatA brief history of the globalized world in the twenty-first century according to the legendary New York Times columnist. Chaired by Jamie Naughtie.
How to be a Bad BirdwatcherRSPB columnist and best-selling ornithologist communicates his passion infectiously. Look around you ...
New FictionBroadcaster Paul Blezard discusses new fiction. Darrieussecq's White is set on and Antarctic station. Thomson's satirical fable Divided Kingdom is set here in the UK. Dean's This Human Season is set in Belfast in 1979.
The creator of The No.1 Ladies Detective Agency discusses Precious Ramotswe, Botswana, Edinburgh and crime with Paul Blezard.
Free WorldAs the UK accedes to the chairs of both the G8 and the EU, the leading geo-political thinker is optimistic about Britain's potential brokering power between Europe and America, and the consequent possibilities.
The Tate etc. Magazine PlatformThe Turner Prize-winner talks about his work with music, folk, culture and performance.
American ManiaWhybrow sees an affluance in America that far outstrips need and rampant greed spawning the addictions of consumer culture: food, money and technology, and calls for collective action in refocusing the pursuit of happiness.
Lost for WordsToday Programme inquisitor examines the use and abuse of the English language eviscerating cliché, jargon and bullshit
Greenpeace PlatformClimate change and fossil fuels explored by the Chairman of Shell and the Government's top scientist. Chaired by Stephen Tindale, CEO of Greenpeace
The artists celebrated for their analysis of the architecture of power discuss their radical work The House of Osama Bin Laden.
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