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Languages of Bangladesh

Dhaka 2013, 
Recitations from over 12 different languages spoken in Bangladesh by: A K Sheram (Monipuri), Motendro Mankheen (Garo), Mritika Chakma (Chakma), Nicholas Norendro Koch (Koch), Ripon Banai (Banai), Sohel Hajong (Hajong), Repro Chai (Marma), Shipro Malo (Malo), Shopon Ekka (Orao), and Nilufar Hafiza Khan (Urdu). With Sujon Hajong and Kackie Kabir.

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Mariana Santos y Olga Lucía Lozano en conversación con Germán Rey

Evento FNPI: Periodismo que cruza especies

Cartagena 2016, 
El periodismo como punto de encuentro que reúne distintas disciplinas de la sociedad para contar historias. Mariana Santos (Portugal), directora de interacción y animación del canal Fusion, miembro de The 19 Million Project, una coalición multidisciplinar que busca visibilizar la crisis de los migrantes y refugiados en todo el mundo, y creadora de Chicas Poderosas, una comunidad que trabaja por acercar a las mujeres de América Latina a la vanguardia del periodismo
digital. Olga Lucía Lozano (Colombia), cofundadora y directora creativa de La Silla Vacía hasta 2014, ganadora en 2013 del Premio Gabriel García Márquez de Periodismo, categoría Innovación, por el Proyecto Rosa. Evento moderado por Germán Rey (Colombia), exdirector del Centro Ático de la Universidad Javeriana, analista de medios y miembro del Consejo Rector del Premio Gabriel García Márquez de Periodismo.

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Miguel Brieva y Alberto Montt

A través de una viñeta. Taller de narración gráfica.

Cartagena 2015, 
Una viñeta puede servir para contar muchas historias, como bien saben los protagonistas de este taller: el español Miguel Brieva, colaborador de diversas publicaciones y autor de Dinero, Bienvenido al mundo, El otro mundo y Memorias de la Tierra; y el chileno Alberto Montt, responsable del blog En dosis diarias, que ha dado como resultado nueve libros recopilatorios de sus viñetas publicados en varios países. 

Co-organizado con Acción Cultural Española

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Colombia, dos visiones. William Ospina y Enrique Serrano en conversación con Alejandro Santos

Cartagena 2017, 
William Ospina (Colombia), escritor, periodista y traductor, autor de numerosos ensayos, libros de poesía y cuatro novelas, incluida la recientemente publicada El año del verano que nunca llegó; y Enrique Serrano (Colombia), escritor y filósofo, autor, entre otros, del reciente ¿Por qué fracasa Colombia?, conversan con Alejandro Santos sobre su perspectiva de la narración de la historia nacional, los sucesos históricos más importantes que la definen y las tendencias e interpretaciones que marcan el devenir nacional.

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Lucy Delap

Cambridge Series 9: Men and Feminism

Hay Festival 2018, 

Can men respond to feminism? In the era of Trump, Weinstein, #metoo and #timesup, feminist anger has reached a crescendo, and it is not for the first time. Delap looks at past efforts by women to get men to listen, and attempts by men to reshape masculinity in 20th century Britain. Dr Delap is a lecturer in Modern British History.

Lucy Delap

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Dave Eggers

Hay Festival 2005, 
An audience with the American author of How We Are Hungry, You Shall Know Our Velocity and A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius. Eggers in the editor of McSweeney's.

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Louise Doughty, Victoria Briggs

The Asham Award

Hay Festival 2005, 
We celebrate the foremost short story prize for women writes with a discussion and reading with Doughty, one of this year's judges and 2003 award-winner Briggs.

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Kay Redfield Jamison talks to Marjorie Wallace

An Unquiet Mind

Hay Festival 1997, 
Dr Redfield Jamison is one of the foremost authorities on manic-depressive illness. Even while she was pursuing a glittering career in Psychiatry she was succumbing to the same exhilarating highs and catastrophic depressions that afflicted many of here patients. Oliver Sacks said that her memoir An Unquiet Mind "stands alone in the literature of manic depression for its bravery, brilliance and beauty". She talks to the Chairman of SANE, Marjorie Wallace, the first journalist to be elected to the Royal College of Psychiatry.

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Sarah Nouwen

Cambridge Series 6: Peacemaking: What's Law Got To Do With It?

Hay Festival 2018, 

Peace and justice: who could be against them? But as soon as we begin to unpack these much-invoked notions, tensions emerge. How does international law resolve these tensions? We'll discuss emerging international norms in light of the challenges facing mediators trying to end civil wars. Nouwen is Co-Deputy Director of the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law. Chaired by Tom Clark of Prospect magazine.

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Spiritual Songs

Dhaka 2013, 

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Dr Thomas Stuttaford

In Your Right Mind

Hay Festival 1999, 
The Times' medical guru explores the responses to and treatments of common psychological and psychiatric conditions.

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Anna Jones talks to Rosie Boycott

Hay Food Festival Presents: The Modern Cook’s Year

Winter Weekend 2017, 

The perfect inspiration for the festive season, The Modern Cook’s Year will show you how to make the most of seasonal produce in 250 vegetarian recipes, using simple, hugely inventive flavours and ingredients. Start of the Year: Spelt with pickled pears and pink leaves and chocolate and blood orange freezer cake; First Warm Days of Spring: Elderflower dressed broad beans and leaves with burrata and chickpea farinata with slow cooked courgettes; Herald of Spring: Spring chickpea soup with salted lemons and rhubarb and rose geranium frozen yoghurt; Summer: Smoked aubergine flatbreads and beetroot tops tart; Autumn: Orzo with tomatoes and feta and honey, lemon and coriander seed cake; Winter: Velvet squash broth with miso and soba and chocolate rye porridge with quick honey pears. “Modern, clever, beautiful” – Jamie Oliver.

Anna Jones talks to Rosie Boycott

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Sophie Anderson, Juliette Forrest, James Nicol

Mysterious magic

Hay Festival 2018, 

Three authors discuss the very different ways in which the power of magic and mystery enhance their stories with reference to their books The House with Chicken Legs, Twister and A Witch Alone. Chaired by Sian Cain.

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Poetry Squantum 4

Hay Festival 1996, 
The poets present their finished poems

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Ben Okri, Kate Pullinger, Emily Perkins

Hay Festival 1996, 
A reading and conversation with three international fiction writers. Okri won the Booker Prize for The Famished Road. He introduces his new novel Dangerous Love, a story set in the Nigeria of the 1970s in the aftermath of the civil war. Pullinger, who co-wrote The Piano with Jane Campion, presents her novel The Last Time I Saw Jane. Perkins' collection of stories Not Her Real Name is the moxt exciting debut of the year, and is set to become a cult classic. "Addictive, smart, wise, and profoundly funny" - Julie Myerson.

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Steve Jones

Is Human Evolution Over?

Hay Festival 1999, 
Utopian novels used to show ordinary people living in extraordinary societies. Now, the people change, but society stays the same (think of Star Trek) - because everyonw assumes that evolution is speeding up. In the first Predictions Lecture the great geneticist argues that this is untrue; that evolution has stopped; and that when it comes to our bodies, if not our minds, we are living in Utopia now.

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Horatio Clare

Icebreaker: A Voyage far North

Winter Weekend 2017, 

A message from the Finnish embassy launches Horatio Clare on a voyage around an extraordinary country and an unearthly place, the frozen Bay of Bothnia, just short of the Arctic Circle. Finland is an enigmatic place, famous for its educational miracle, healthcare and gender equality – as well as Nokia, Angry Birds, saunas, questionable cuisine and deep taciturnity. Aboard the icebreaker Otso Clare gets to know the crew, and explores Finland’s history and character. His most recent books include Down to the Sea in Ships and Myths and Legends of the Brecon Beacons. Chaired by Peter Florence.

Horatio Clare

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Kayo Chingonyi talks to Dai Smith

The 2018 International Dylan Thomas Prize

Hay Festival 2018, 

Join us to celebrate this prestigious literary prize for writers aged 39 and under, as the 2018 winner talks to Dai Smith, chair of the jury. The shortlist for the prize comprised Kayo Chingonyi, Carmen Maria Machado, Gwendoline Riley, Sally Rooney, Emily Ruskovich and Gabriel Tallent. 

The Zambian-born poet Kayo Chingonyi is announced as the winner of the 2018 Prize.

Guardian profile HERE

Kayo Chingonyi talks to Dai Smith

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Geoffrey Miller, Matt Ridley

The Mating Mind

Hay Festival 2000, 
'Sexual Selection, Darwin's "other" theory... is now one of the hottest topics in modern Darwinism. The idea that the human mind evolved as a sort of software peacocks tail has been mooted before, usually to be dismissed in favour of some alternative theory. Geoffrey Miller has really been the one to run with the ball.' (Richard Dawkins) Miller discusses the idea with Matt Ridley, author of The Origins of Virtue.

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Marie Arana y Antonio Caballero en conversación con Juan Carlos Iragorri

¿Qué pensaría Bolívar si resucitara?

Cartagena 2016, 
Los participantes conversan en torno a la figura de Simón Bolívar y reflexionan a su vez sobre el estado actual de América Latina. Con Marie Arana, periodista de The Washington Post y autora de la más reciente biografía del Libertador publicada originalmente en inglés, Bolívar - American Liberator; y Antonio Caballero, escritor y columnista de Semana, Premio Simón Bolívar en 1994 por sus caricaturas políticas y autor del reciente Comer o no comer y otras notas de cocina. Charla oderada por Juan Carlos Iragorri, director de Voces RCN y Club de prensa, de NTN24.

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Dharshini David talks to Guto Harri

The Almighty Dollar

Hay Festival 2018, 

From a shopping trip in suburban Texas, via China’s central bank, Nigerian railroads, the oilfields of Iraq and beyond, the economist and broadcaster follows the incredible journey of a single dollar to reveal the truths behind what we see on the news every day, and to see how the global economy really works. Why would a nation build a bridge on the other side of the planet? Why is China the world’s biggest manufacturer – and the USA its biggest customer? Is free trade really a good thing?

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Humboldt. Andrea Wulf en conversación con Alberto Gómez

Cartagena 2017, 
La fascinante historia de descubrimiento, curiosidad científica y aventura del explorador y naturalista alemán Alexander von Humboldt en América está íntimamente vinculada a la historia de Colombia, en cuyo territorio realizó parte de sus exploraciones. Andrea Wulf (Reino Unido) es historiadora y escritora y narra con maestría la historia de esta aventura de reconocimiento de la naturaleza en La invención de la naturalezaEl Nuevo Mundo de Alexander von Humboldt. El libro ha recibido entre otros premios, el Royal Society Science Book Prize 2016 y fue seleccionado en el 2015 por el New York Times como uno de lo diez mejores libros del año. Conversa con Alberto Gómez.
Humboldt. Andrea Wulf en conversación con Alberto Gómez

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Mario Vargas Llosa talks to Bronwen Maddox

Hay Festival 1996, 
Llosa discusses his autobiographical essays and study Making Waves and his magical new novel A Death in the Andes with the award-winning FT journalist Bronwen Maddox. His other books include A Fish in the Water, Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter, In Praise of the Stepmother and The Perpetual Orgy.

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Alonso Sánchez Baute y Miguel Ángel Manrique en conversación con Jaime Abello Banfi

Crónicas de viajes (1).

Cartagena 2016, 
El director general y cofundador de la Fundación Gabriel García Márquez para el Nuevo Periodismo Iberoamericano (FNPI), Jaime Abello Banfi, moderará esta charla sobre el género periodístico de la literatura de viajes a raíz de la experiencia de escribir una crónica de viaje de los Pueblos Patrimonio de Colombia.
Conversan Alonso Sánchez Baute, autor de las novelas Al diablo la maldita primavera y Líbranos del bien, y del libro de crónicas ¿Sex o no sex? y Miguel Angel Manrique.


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Gore Vidal, Andrew Marr, Rhodri Morgan, Yasmin Alibhai Brown

The BBC Wales Debate: Democracy

Hay Festival 2000, 
In a changing, devolved Britain and with America about to go to the polls, how best can we interpret and pursue a Democrati ideal? Vidal is an eminence grise of American political and literary life and starred in the film Bob Roberts. Marr is an award-winning political commentator and the author of The Day Britain Died. Morgan is the First Minister of the Welsh Assembly. Alibhai Brown is author of Who Do We Think We Are? Chaired by Dai Smith, Professor of Modern History and Head of Programmes at BBC Wales.