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Laura Bates en conversación con Jineth Bedoya

Sexismo a diario

Cartagena 2015, 

Laura Bates es una periodista que escribe para medios como The Guardian, The Independent, Financial Times, Grazia y Red. Tras haber sido acosada sexualmente en un transporte público, creó el proyecto online Everyday Sexism (Sexismo Cotidiano), en el que recopila testimonios de mujeres que han sufrido discriminación de género. Recientemente ha publicado un libro sobre el proyecto bajo el mismo título. Charlará sobre su trabajo y el uso de internet para campañas de activismo social con la periodista Jineth Bedoya.

Evento patrocinado por kienyke.com

Laura Bates en conversación con Jineth Bedoya

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Greg James, Chris Smith and Dave Cribb

Kid Normal and the Shadow Machine

Hay Festival 2019, 

Calling all members of the Heroes’ Alliance! There’s been a dramatic jailbreak at a top secret prison and the planet’s most dangerous supervillains are on the loose. Luckily Kid Normal and the Super Zeroes are on hand to chase them down, but will they find Magpie and his dastardly shadow machine in time, before they bring about the end of the Heroes’ world as we know it?

Join award-winning broadcasters Greg James and Chris Smith for an action-packed Kid Normal event with musical accompaniment from Dave Cribb. Help create a brand-new superhero story and prepare for lots of games, singing and audience fun.

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Roy Strong

Garden Party

Hay Festival 2000, 
The prolific master of all arts trades reflects on his lifelong passion for gardens and garden writing in a scintillating and delightful hour of good talk. Strong moves on to look at the art of gardening in relation to other arts such as embroidery, cookery, history and politics.

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Richard Fletcher

Bloodfued: Murder and Revenge in Anglo-Saxon England

Hay Festival 2002, 
The story of the epic North-South fued and retaliations over the murder of Uhtred, Earl of Northumbria before the court of King Canute in 1016.

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Steven Butler and Steven Lenton

The Nothing To See Here Hotel

Hay Festival 2018, 

The author and the illustrator welcome you to check in to The Nothing To See Here Hotel – occupied by magical creatures, where weird is normal for Frankie Banister and his parents who run the hotel. This series features energetic storytelling from Butler while Lenton will draw you into the adventure as he sketches the characters live on stage and gives you tips on how to create your own magical establishment.

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Simon Sebag Montefiore talks to Hannah MacInnes

Written in History: Letters That Changed the World

Hay Festival 2019, 

The historian selects letters that have changed the course of global events or expressed a timeless idea – whether passion, rage or humour – from ancient times to the 21st century. Some are noble and inspiring, some despicable and unsettling, some are exquisite works of literature, others brutal, coarse and frankly outrageous; many are erotic, others heartbreaking. His correspondents range from Elizabeth I and Catherine the Great to Mandela, Stalin and Picasso, from Fanny Burney and Emily Pankhurst to Ada Lovelace and Rosa Parks, Frida Kahlo, Leonard Cohen, Lincoln, Trump and Suleiman the Magnificent. 

Simon Sebag Montefiore talks to Hannah MacInnes

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Dave Evans

Designing Your Life

Hay Festival 2018, 

Whether we’re 20, 40 or 60, many of us are still looking for an answer to the question, "What do I want to be when I grow up?". The Silicon Valley design innovator and Co-Director of the Stanford Life Design Lab uses his expertise to help you work out what you want – and how to get it. This simple method will teach you how to use basic design tools such as re-framing, prototyping and ideation to build a life that works for you.

YA - Adult

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Lars Lerup In Conversation with Ricardo Devesa

RETHINKING THE CITY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY

Segovia 2018, 

Lars Lerup, Swedish architect, worldwide expert on cities, former Dean of the prestigious RICE School of Architecture in Texas, author of books such as The Continuous City discusses how modern cities evolve with Ricardo Devesa, architect and currently editor-in-chief at Actar Publishers and UrbanNext, an online global network aimed at rethinking architecture through the contemporary urban milieu. 

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Tim Birkhead

Promiscuity

Hay Festival 2000, 
The recent discovery that females of most species are promiscuous rather than monogamous raises two main questions: what is the evolutionary effect of female promiscuity on males? and what are the evolutionary benefits of female promiscuity?

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Simon Jenkins

Britain’s Best Railway Stations

Winter Weekend 2017, 

From Waterloo to Whitby, St Pancras to Stirling, these are the marvellous, often under-sung places that link our nation. Blending his usual insight and authority, Jenkins examines the geography, architecture and symbolism of these glories of our national heritage.

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Rose Tremain, Trezza Azzopardi

Hay Festival 2000, 
Reading and conversation with the author of Restoration and Evangelista's Fan, whose new novel Music and Silence about the experiences of an English musician in the Danish court of King Christiannin 1630 is a masterpiece. Tremain is joined by the new Welsh novelist, Trezza Azzopardi, whose debut The Hiding Place is set in the Maltese community of Tiger Bay. Both writers feature in the new edition of the British Council anthology of New Writing.

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Laura Bates and Kishwar Desai in conversation with Peter Florence

Segovia 2014, 

British journalist Laura Bates founded an online project called Everyday Sexism and wrote a book with the same title. Kishwar Desai is an Indian journalist and writer. She has written several novels including Witness the Night which won the Costa Award for Best First Novel. The writers talk about their work to Peter Florence, Director of Hay Festival.

Simultaneous translation from English into Spanish

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Igor Aleksander

How to Build a Mind

Hay Festival 2000, 
How can we use the power of computers to understand how mind relates to brain? While treading on some age-old philosophical toes, its main importance is that it gives us better ways of dealing with mental infirmity. The leading expert on neural systems deomonstrates the potential of artificial consciousness.

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Sarah McIntyre

Bunnies v Dinosaurs

Hay Festival 2018, 

Join the writer-illustrator in the worlds she has created, populated entirely by animals. Explore her two new picture-books: hop along to meet The New Neighbours and find out how a hopeful young Diplodocus becomes Dinoville’s hero in Dinosaur Firefighters. Stories and drawing in this interactive session for families.

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Salsa y letras.

César Miguel Rondón en conversación con Mario Jursich

Cartagena 2015, 
Publicado por primera vez en 1979, El libro de la salsa. Crónica de la música del Caribe urbano es un libro de César Miguel Rondón que se ha convertido en una obra fundamental sobre este género musical y acaba de ser reeditado en Colombia. Su autor es además un reconocido profesional de los medios de comunicación venezolanos, con una extensa experiencia como comunicador social, locutor, publicista, escritor, productor, director y ejecutivo de televisión.

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Hanif Kureishi

Hanif Kureishi

Hay Festival 2000, 
The filmmaker, novelist and short story writer reads and discusses Midnight All Day his compleeling collection of stories about sexuality, desire and love. 'If falling in love could only be a glimpse of the other, who was the passion really directed at?' Kuerishi's award-winning work includes The Buddha of Suburbia, My Beautiful Launderette, Intimacy, The Black Album and My Son the Fanatic.

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Sian Busby

A Wonderful Little Girl

Hay Festival 2003, 
The true story of Sarah Jacob, the Welsh Fasting Girl who transfixed Victorian England as she lived on nothing but air for two years. Was she, as her father told the many thousands of visitors who flocked to her bedsdie, 'a gift from God'?

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De la Tierra al Cielo. 50 años de Rayuela

Rogelio Cuéllar y María Luisa Passarge sobre el desarrollo de la exposición

Xalapa 2013, 
Se cumplen cincuenta años de la publicación de Rayuela, de Julio Cortázar, una de las novelas en español más innovadoras del siglo. Para celebrar el aniversario, algunos de los principales artistas plásticos que viven y trabajan en la ciudad de México, entre ellos el fotógrafo Rogelio Cuéllar y la editora María Luisa Passarge, han creado la exposición De la Tierra al Cielo. 50 años de Rayuela, que rinde tributo a la importancia de Julio Cortázar y su novela Rayuela. Rogelio y María Luisa hablarán sobre el reto de crear esta exposición con multitud de artistas basándose en este libro extraordinario.
De la Tierra al Cielo. 50 años de Rayuela

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Jan Dalley

Diana Mosley

Hay Festival 2000, 
Born into the celebrated Mitford family in 1910 and married at 18 to Bryan Guinness, Diana Mosley was part of a sparkling society circle which included the leading artists and intellectuals of the time. Evelyn Waugh dedicated Vile Bodies to her. Then, at the age of 22, she fell in love with Oswald Mosley and committed her life to his ideas. In Germany she was a friend to Hitler and Goebbels. By 1940 she was in a dmap cell in Holloway prison. Drawing on fresh interviews with Diana, whose views are as contrversial today as they were then, Dalley has created a revealing biography of the wife of one of the most hated politicians of the century.

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John Julius Norwich

Shakespeare's Kings

Hay Festival 2000, 
Following his great sucuss with Byzantium, Norwich examines Shakespeare's sources for the history plays from the newly recognised Edward III to Henry VI and discusses the interviewing of history and theatre.

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Erzsébet Dobos and Arcadi Espada

Nazi Budapest Viewed From The Embassy Of Spain

Budapest 2013, 

Professor Erzsébet Dobos, author of Megmenekültek, talks to celebrated journalist Arcadi Espada, author of En nombre de Franco, about the protection given to Hungarian Jews by the Spanish Embassy in Budapest during WWII.

In collaboration with the Spanish Embassy in Hungary, Instituto Cervantes and Fundación Lara

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Familias

Marcos Giralt Torrente, Julián Herbert y Guadalupe Nettel en conversación con Malcolm Otero Barral

Xalapa 2012, 
La vida familiar se confi gura como un microcosmos de relaciones complejas, apegos e influencias que inevitablemente determinan en gran medida la trayectoria de sus miembros. Estos tres autores conversan sobre qué tienen de familiar sus novelas: Marcos Giralt Torrente ganó el Premio Nacional de Narrativa (España) en 2011 con Tiempo de vida, una conmovedora descripción de la relación con su padre; Julián Herbert es autor de Canción de tumba, galardonada con el XXVIII Premio Jaén de Novela, en la que se narra la vida de Guadalupe Chávez, prostituta enferma de leucemia y madre del narrador; Guadalupe Nettel es autora de El cuerpo en que nací, novela que cuenta la historia de una niña de una familia poco convencional y con un físico diferente. Moderado por Malcolm Otero Barral, editor.

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Antonio Colinas en conversación con Guido Tamayo

Cartagena 2013, 
Antonio Colinas (España) es uno de los poetas españoles contemporáneos más celebrados. Poeta, novelista, ensayista, traductor y periodista, entre sus obras últimas se cuentan Obra poética completa (Fondo de Cultura Económica) y el libro de aforismos Tres tratados de armonía. En conversación con el escritor Guido Tamayo.

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Germaine Greer

The Whole Woman

Hay Festival 2000, 
A barnstorming and controversial rallying cry from the woman who has set the feminist agenda since the 1970's. 'Greer's polemic has the confident virtuosity of wit and maturity. Celebrating women's succusses, The Whole Woman is a more positive book the The Female Eunuch. Yet again, Greer has put her head above parapets others still fear to scale, and looked into the realities of the present as well as the possibilities for the future for the whole of women's lives'. (Lisa Jardine)

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Sebastian Faulks

Vintage Living Texts 2

Hay Festival 2002, 
The author of World War 1 epic Birdsong discusses approaches to teaching the book with Vintage Living Texts series editiors Jonathan Noaks and Margeret Reynolds.