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Las Preguntas Hay 25 (I)

Con Jeanette Winterson, Frédéric Martel, Janne Teller y Peter Godwin

Xalapa 2012, 
Este año nuestro festival en Gales cumple 25 años y para celebrarlo hemos creado una selección de veinticinco preguntas que nos parecen relevantes para espectadores y artistas. En esta ocasión, los cuatro invitados deben responder las siguientes: ¿qué líderes, escritores, científi cos y artistas vivos están abriendo las puertas del futuro para la humanidad?; ¿entre el campo y ciudad, qué pueden aprender el uno del otro?; ¿qué texto ha cambiado más tu corazón y tu mente: una frase, la letra de una canción, una carta, un libro, un poema, una inscripción…? Moderado por Peter Florence, Director de Hay Festival.

Traducción simultánea del inglés al español

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Yehuda Amichai, Marge Piercy, Gwyneth Lewis

World Poetry

Hay Festival 1995, 
The Israeli writer, Yehuda Amichai, is one of the world's greatest poets. The American, Marge Piercy is both a poet and novelist whose selected poems Eight Chambers of the Heart include the famous Lunar Cycle.
Gwyneth Lewis is the leading bi-lingual Welsh poet. Her new English-language collection is Parables and Faxes.

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Emma Nicholson, Peter Clark, Rageh Omaar

Iraqi Aftermath: Restoring the Marshlands

Hay Festival 2003, 
In the early 1990s Saddam Hussein drained the marshlands of Southern Iraq, home to the Shi'a tribes, by damming the Tigris and Euphrates. This turned the area into an uninhabitable desert and caused an ecological disaster. The Liberal Peer and the distinguished Arabist Peter Clark discuss the urgent and huge environmental project to restore the marshlands.

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Peter Frankopan

The New Silk Roads: The Present and Future of the World

Hay Festival 2019, 

Following the Silk Roads eastwards from Europe through to China, by way of Russia and the Middle East, The New Silk Roads provides a timely reminder that we live in a world that is profoundly interconnected. In this prescient contemporary history, Peter Frankopan assesses the global reverberations of these continual shifts in the centre of power – all too often absent from headlines in the West. Chaired by Elif Shafak.

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Steve Lenton and Tracey Corderoy

Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam

Hay Festival 2018, 

Join the creators of the lovable ex-robbers turned bakers, Shifty McGifty and Slippery Sam. Hear all about their latest adventures in this fun-packed event full of storytelling, fun participation and laugh-out-loud games.

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Steve Lenton and Tracey Corderoy

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Las Preguntas Hay 25 (II)

Con Jon Lee Anderson, Álvaro Enrigue, Óscar Guardiola-Rivera, y Lila Azam Zanganeh en conversación c

Xalapa 2012, 
Este año nuestro festival en Gales cumple 25 años y para celebrarlo hemos creado una selección de veinticinco preguntas que nos parecen relevantes para espectadores y artistas. En esta ocasión, los cinco invitados deben responder las siguientes: Si te convirtieras en el líder de tu país, ¿qué es lo primero que solucionarías? El 25% de la población sufre cada año algún problema de salud mental: ¿tenemos que “tratar” la percepción de la enfermedad mental en quien la padece o en la sociedad? ¿Qué es lo último que has creado con tus manos?

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Orlando Figes

Natasha'a Dance

Hay Festival 2003, 
In this talk, illustrated with slides, the renowned historian of Russia, author of A People's Tragedy introduces Natasha's DanceA Cultural History of Russia. He explores the controversial impulses and shared sensibilities that have given rise to one of the world's  most dazzling civilisations.

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David Crystal

From Babble to Scrabble to Drabble

Hay Festival 1996, 
The Editor of The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language explores the word games that fascinate us as children, entertain us as adults, and dominate the media. Crystal has a fabulous ability to convey his wonder at the richness of language and the games we play with it.

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Crónicas migrantes I

João Paulo Cuenca y Guillermo Osorno en conversación con Diego Fonseca

Xalapa 2012, 
Dos de los autores que participan en la antología Sam no es mi tío: veinticuatro crónicas migrantes y un sueño, conversan con Diego Fonseca, editor del libro. Con João Paolo Cuenca (Brasil), y Diego Enrique Osorno (México).

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Sam Llewellyn

Winter Weekend 2010, 
Ripping yarns and tall tales of Arthurian legend, Atlantis and the wild oceans from the author of the knock-down bestselling thriller Black Fish. Chaired by Paul Blezard.

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Michael Holroyd

Basil Street Blues

Hay Festival 2000, 
The biographer of George Bernard Shaw, Lytton Strachey, and Augustus John turns his pen on himself and discusses the differing arts of biography and autobiography.

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Diana Uribe

Cartagena 2016, 
La historiadora, filósofa y periodista colombiana conversará de su último libro La vuelta al mundo en 25 mitos y de su proceso de creación.

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Small is Beautiful

Dhaka 2013, 
Aamer Hussein, Syed Manzoorul Islam, Farah Ghuznavi and Prajwal Parajuly celebrate the beauty of the short story with Syed Badrul Ahsan. Marking the Launch of Syed Manzoorul Islam's translated short story anthology The Merman's Prayer and Other Stories, by Daily Star Books.

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Adam Frost

Animal Quiz

Hay Festival 2018, 

The author of The Awesome Book of Animals wants to know if you share his passion for the animal kingdom. Join him to discover some of the wildest facts about the creatures that share our planet and test your knowledge in a fun quiz.

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Gitta Sereny talks to Andrew Roberts

Hay Festival 1996, 
In her book Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth "presents the struggle of the second most powerful Nazi with his conscience, with her as his confessor. By the end, she forces Speer to admit what he denied at Nuremberg - That he knew about The Final Solution and tacitly consented to it . . . a book that actually penetrates the sould of Nazism" - Guardian. She talks to the historian Andrew Roberts.

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Óscar Martínez in conversation with Arturo Wallace

Querétaro 2017, 

Óscar Martínez (El Salvador) is a journalist linked to the digital newspaper El Faro and the author of one of the most important books for understanding Central American migration through Mexico written in the last decade: The Beast. Riding the Rails and Dodging Narcos on the Migrant Trail. Returning to the complex situation of the inhabitants of Central American countries faced with the violence that surrounds them (gangs, state police forces, interfamily violence), Martínez presents Una historia de violencia: Vivir y morir en Centroamérica. In conversation with Arturo Wallace.

Óscar Martínez in conversation with Arturo Wallace

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Simon Jenkins

England's Thousand Best Churches

Hay Festival 2000, 
The eminent journalist describes and illustrates with slides his choice of English Churches and discusses the effect such enormous exposure to God's houses had had on his atheism and beliefs.

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Antonia Fraser

Warts and All...

Hay Festival 1999, 
The historian celebrates the quatro-centenary of "God's Englishman", Oliver Cromwell

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Billy Bragg talks to Oliver Balch

Three Dimensions of Freedom

Hay Festival 2019, 

At a time when opinion trumps fact and truth is treated as nothing more than another perspective, free speech has become a battleground. While authoritarians and algorithms threaten democracy, we argue over who has the right to speak. The singer-songwriter and activist argues that, to protect ourselves from encroaching tyranny, we must look beyond this one-dimensional notion of what it means to be free and, by reconnecting liberty to equality and accountability, restore the individual agency engendered by the three dimensions of freedom.

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Mark Urban talks to Rosie Boycott

The Skripal Files

Winter Weekend 2018, 

"With regard to traitors, they will kick the bucket on their own, I assure you . . . Whatever thirty pieces of silver those people may have gotten, they will stick in their throat” - Vladimir Putin, 2010. The explosive story of the poisoning of Sergei Skripal and the new spy war between the West and Russia, based on hours of exclusive interviews Skripal gave before his near-death with number one bestselling author Mark Urban, diplomatic and defence editor for BBC Newsnight.

Mark Urban talks to Rosie Boycott

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Simon Schama, Alan Yentob, Hisham Matar, Daniel Hahn, Deborah Levy y Nell Leyshon en conversación con Peter Florence

Recordando a William Shakespeare

Cartagena 2016, 
El celebrado historiador británico, Simon Schama, el periodista Alan Yentob y los escritores Hisham Matar, Nell Leyshon, Daniel Hahn y Deborah Levy, quien ha escrito para el Royal Shakespeare Company, conversarán con Peter Florence sobre William Shakespeare, su obra y su influencia en el 400 aniversario de su muerte.

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Sergio de la Pava, Santiago Gamboa y Lina Meruane en conversación con Alejandra Jaramillo

Crimen y castigo: cómo narrar a las víctimas

Cartagena 2015, 
Lina Meruane, es la autora de la crónica Volverse Palestina, un acercamiento a la situación de la ocupación israelí y los asentamientos palestinos. Sergio de la Pava, norteamericano de ascendencia colombiana, ha publicado Una singularidad desnuda, donde se refleja la ausencia de justicia e igualdad ante la ley en las sociedades contemporáneas. El escritor colombiano Santiago Gamboa ha publicado recientemente La guerra y la paz, una reflexión en torno al conflicto y la reconciliación.

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Una mirada a la vida en grandes ciudades.

Sergio de la Pava y Patricia Engel en conversación con Alejandra Jaramillo

Cartagena 2015, 

Dos autores estadounidenses de origen colombiano nos hablarán de obras suyas en las que la ciudad juega un papel fundamental. Patricia Engel es autora de No es amor, es solo París, la historia de una joven estadounidense que viaja a París para estudiar pero también con la intención de encontrarse a sí misma y enamorarse. Sergio de la Pava ha escrito Personae y Una singularidad desnuda, obra protagonizada por un abogado neoyorquino que trabaja en Brooklyn y cuya vida se transforma cuando su sentido de la justicia comienza a resquebrajarse.

Con el apoyo de la Embajada de Estados Unidos de América

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Will Hutton

The World We're In

Hay Festival 2002, 
Hutton follows up his The State We're In with an analysis of the political and economic effects (for the rest of the world) of American isolationism, and divines a counterbalance in a strengthened European Union.

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Darian Leader talks to Mary Loudon

Why Do Women Write More Letters Than They Post?

Hay Festival 1996, 
The psychoanalyst address the question posed in his book, hailed by Bice Benvenuto as "The most insightful, enjoyable and uncommon treatment of male and female sexuality I have ever read" He talks to the journalist Mary Loudon, whose books of interviews are Revelations: The Clergy Questioned and Unveiled.