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Michael Reid, Jon Lee Anderson y Moisés Naím en conversación con Juan Carlos Iragorri

¿Fracasará otra vez América Latina?

Cartagena 2016, 
Estos tres reconocidos periodistas, expertos en América Latina, debaten y reflexionan sobre las posibilidades de esta región para convertirse en una potencia económica, social y cultural, las deficiencias con las que debe luchar todavía y los obstáculos que aún le quedan por franquear. Participan Michael Reid, responsable de cubrir los temas de América Latina para The Economist y colaborador de medios como BBC Mundo y El País; Jon Lee Anderson, reportero de The New Yorker y autor de una de las biografías más relevantes del Che, Che Guevara. Una vida revolucionaria; y Moisés Naím, Premio Ortega y Gasset de Periodismo, fundador y presidente del Grupo de los Cincuenta (G50) y autor del libro El fin del poder. Dirige esta mesa de debate Juan Carlos Iragorri, director de Voces RCN y Club de prensa, de NTN24.

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Jeanette Winterson sobre ¿Por qué ser feliz cuando puedes ser normal?

Xalapa 2012, 
La novelista inglesa Jeanette Winterson es considerada una de las autoras claves de la literature anglosajona. Debutó en 1985 como novelista con Fruta prohibida, una obra de perfi l autobiográfico en la que narra su experiencia lésbica, y que en la década de los noventa fue llevada con gran éxito a la televisión. Otros títulos suyos son Paseo para principiantes, La pasión, Escrito en el cuerpo y Arte. Hablará sobre su último libro ¿Por qué ser feliz cuando puedes ser normal?
 
Traducción simultánea del inglés al español
 
Con el apoyo del British Council
Jeanette Winterson sobre ¿Por qué ser feliz cuando puedes ser normal?

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Fernando de Szyszlo en conversación con J. J. Armas Marcelo

Video Presentación de Mario Vargas Llosa

Cartagena 2017, 
El artista visual peruano más reconocido e influyente a nivel internacional, Fernando de Szyszlo, ha desarrollado una carrera artística a nivel internacional y su obra se encuentra incluida en colecciones como las del Museo de las Américas en Washington D. C., el Museo Guggenheim de Nueva York, el Museo Nacional de Arte Contemporáneo en Seúl o la colección de arte iberoamericano de la Universidad de Essex. Conversará con J. J. Armas Marcelo.

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Nigel Forde, Sarah Wardle, Deryn Rees-Jones

Poetry Live

Hay Festival 2004, 
A reading by three award-winning poets. Forde's latest collection is A Map of the Territory, Wardle's is Fields Away, Rees-Jones has just published Quiver.

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Emma Carroll, Kiran Millwood Hargrave, Jacob Sager Weinstein

Imaginary worlds

Hay Festival 2018, 

How do you create a world where everything is different to our own? Join three authors as they discuss the imaginative journey it takes to create alternative worlds in their books including Skychasers, The Girl of Ink and Stars and The City of Secret Rivers. Chaired by Emily Drabble, BookTrust

9+

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Rob Biddulph

Dinosaur Juniors: Happy Hatchday

Hay Festival 2018, 

Join the author and illustrator for a dinosaur event with a difference. Hear Rob talk about how he became a children’s author and illustrator, listen to him read from his latest book and take part in creating some dinosaurs of your own.

3+

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¿Puede escapar la prensa del poder político y de la presión económica?

Antonio Caño, Martin Baron y Antonio Caballero en conversación con Juan Carlos Iragorri

Cartagena 2015, 
Los nuevos retos que afronta el periodismo en la actualidad y la influencia de las nuevas tecnologías serán los temas de una conversación entre prestigiosos profesionales del sector. Con Antonio Caño (España), director de El País; Martin Baron (Estados Unidos), director de The Washington Post; y Antonio Caballero (Colombia), periodista de la revista Semana. Moderado por el periodista Juan Carlos Iragorri.

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Peter de la Billière talks to Hugh Purcell

Supreme Courage

Hay Festival 2005, 
The General tells tales of Victoria Cross Heroes.

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Alastair Campbell talks to Dylan Jones

Breakfast Tabletalk

Hay Festival 2018, 
A conversation with the iconic journalist, whose diaries of his time in Downing Street during the Blair years established him as a best-seller. He has also written extensively about mental health and has just published a new thriller about football and terrorism set in the 1970s, co-written with Paul Fletcher - Saturday Bloody Saturday.
Alastair Campbell talks to Dylan Jones

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Sue Limb, Guy Bellamy, Simon Brett

No Joke

Hay Festival 1996, 
Writing comic novels is no laughing matter, and going straight can be even tougher. Phil Rickman negotiates the minefield of mirth with Guy Bellamy, author of The Nudists, A Village Called Sin and The Mystery of Men, whose humour usually springs from personal diaster. Simon Brett, creator of After Henry and the Charles Paris comedy thrillers who's lately been producing thrills without comedy, and Sue Limb, author of Up the Garden Path whose latest novel Passion Fruit deals with the less laughable issue of C18th slavery.

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Janina Ramirez

Riddle of the Runes

Hay Festival 2018, 

Be immersed in a world of riddles, runes and revenge with the Viking expert and children’s author who will introduce you to the fearless shield maiden Alva, reveal fascinating facts about the Vikings, and will need your help to solve a mysterious crime in the fjords of Kilsgard.

9+

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Katie Harnett, Joe Todd-Stanton, Jim Stoten, Ben Newman

Studio Dreams

Hay Festival 2018, 

Join the Nobrow magazine illustrators as they discuss their work and how the environment in which we work affects what we make. The Nobrow tenth anniversary magazine celebrates 70 different illustrators’ vision of their ideal workspaces, if the sky was the limit.

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Eric Lomax talks to Rosie Boycott

The Railway Man

Hay Festival 1996, 
Lomax was tortured by the Japanese on the Burma-Siam railway. Fifty years later he met one of his tormentors. "An extraordinary story of torture and rconciliation - I turned the last page weeping tears of sorrow, pride and gratitude" - John McCarthy. Lomax' book The Railway Man is the Winner of the Esquire/Waterstone/Apple Non-Fiction Award.

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Proyecion de Quien es Dayani Cristal?

Presentada por Gael Garcia Bernal

Cartagena 2014, 

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Marianne Wiggins talks to Sarah Dunant

Hay Festival 1996, 
The American novelist and short story writer talks about John Dollar - "a superb novel, hypnotic, disturbing and artful... almost any sentance may be shot through with wonderful phrases bright as tracer bullets" - (Washington Post), that is written in "a prose precisely opulent as a diamond solitare" - New York Times.
She talks to the award-winning crime-writer Sarah Dunant, author of Under My Skin, Birthmarks and Fatlands.

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Charles Williams

Pétain

Hay Festival 2005, 
The Biographer introduces his life of the French military hero and national leader.

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Thomas Friedman

The World is Flat

Hay Festival 2005, 
A brief history of the globalized world in the twenty-first century according to the legendary New York Times columnist. Chaired by Jamie Naughtie.

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Henry Firth and Ian Theasby

BOSH!

Hay Festival 2018, 

Want to cook ridiculously good vegan food from scratch but have no idea where to start? Firth and Theasby, creators of the world’s biggest and fastest-growing, plant-based platform, BOSH!, are the new faces of the food revolution. They share their favourite go-to breakfasts, crowd-pleasing party pieces, hearty dinners, sumptuous desserts and incredible sharing cocktails. Hosted by John Mitchinson.

Henry Firth and Ian Theasby

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Stephen Fry

A&B Filmmaker's Series

Hay Festival 2005, 
The actor/director/screenwriter (Wilde, Bright Young Things) discusses and show four of his favourite scenes with Peter Florence.

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Peter Whybrow

American Mania

Hay Festival 2005, 
Whybrow 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.

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Will Mabbitt

Embassy of the Dead

Hay Festival 2018, 

The writer introduces the first title in his spookily thrilling new series. Everything about Embassy of the Dead is terrifying as Jake discovers when he opens a strange box and finds a severed finger inside. How will he escape being dragged into the Eternal Void? Join the discussion on creating a world where the living meet the dead.

9+

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Catherine Barr

Elliot’s Arctic Surprise

Winter Weekend 2015, 

When one little boy discovers a message from Father Christmas asking for help to save his home from the oil drillers, he sets off on a big adventure into the frozen North. Listen to the story and find out what it’s like in the Arctic, who lives there and why it matters if the ice melts, with ex Greenpeace campaigner and author Catherine Barr.

4 – 8 years
45 minutes
Catherine Barr

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Bryan Magee

Confessions of a Philosopher

Hay Festival 1997, 
An introduction to the guiding principles of western philosophy from Socrates to Lacan told through the life of one of Britain's leading popular philosophers.

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Diana Athill, Andrea Ashworth, John Walsh

Memoir

Hay Festival 2000, 
Athill is one of publishings legends. She worked for the BBC throughout the second world war and then helped Andre Deutsch establish the publishing company that bore his name. For almost fifty years she was widely regarded as one of the finest editors in London working with Naipaul, Jean Rhys, Gitta Sereby and Brian Moore. She was also a considerable and unjustly neglected writer. Two of what she called her 'documentary books,' Instead of a Letter and After a Funeral anticipated the modern memoir in their directness and intimacy. Ashworth's remarkable memoir of a very disturbed 1970s childhood Once in a House of Fire is hailed as a searing masterpiece. Walsh's The Falling Angels is a stunning portrait of his Irish youth in Battersea, and gives a beautifully rendered account of his mother's death.

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Ficciones y realidades en América Latina

Santiago Gamboa y Elsa Osorio en conversación con Ariel González

Xalapa 2012, 
Santiago Gamboa es uno de los escritores colombianos más internacionales, ha publicado ocho novelas, una colección de relatos y un libro de viajes, y su ultimo trabajo es Plegarias nocturnas. Elsa Osorio es una de las escritoras que mejor describen la realidad de su país, Argentina; ha publicado varias novelas y realizado trabajos periodísticos, su último libro es La Capitana. En conversación con la editora Valerie Miles.