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Carl Bernstein en conversación con Guillermo Osorno

Xalapa 2013, 
Guillermo Osorno conversa con el legendario reportero de investigación que, junto con Bob Woodward, destapó en el periódico The Washington Post el escándalo Watergate. Co-autor de Todos los hombres del Presidente, Bernstein también ha publicado una biografía sobre Hillary Clinton.
Se ofrecerá traducción simultánea del inglés al españo

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Esther Freud, MArtha McPhee, Julie Myerson

Hay Festival 1997, 
Hideous Kinky and Peerless Flats established Freud as one of the most acute and perceptive writers about family and youth of her generation. She introduces her new novel Gaglow in which a daughter and father revisit their troubled family past through the recovery of the ancestral German Estate. Bright Angel Time is the glittering debut of American novelist Martha McPhee - a beautiful tale of a family on the road, broken and reformed and growing up. Myerson reads from The Touch - "Her sentances are so funny and spare.. the images and observations leave lasting physical impressions on your nerves" - The Independent.

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Claire Wilcox - V&A Lecture 1

Frida Kahlo: Making Herself Up

Hay Festival 2018, 

In 1954, following her death, Frida Kahlo’s possessions were locked away in the Casa Azul in Mexico City, her lifelong home. Half a century later, her collection of clothing, jewellery, cosmetics and other personal items was rediscovered. Wilcox, curator of the Frida Kahlo exhibition at the V&A, offers a fresh perspective on the life story of this extraordinary artist, whose charisma and entirely individual way of dressing made her one of the most photographed women of her time. Specially commissioned photographs show her distinctive Mexican outfits alongside her self-portraits, an unprecedented pairing that is enriched by iconic images taken in her lifetime.  Chaired by Tristram Hunt.

Claire Wilcox - V&A Lecture 1

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Henry Díaz, Ana López y Rafael Yockteng en conversación con Daniel Jiménez

Cartagena 2017, 
Tres de los más destacados narradores gráficos colombianos conversarán acerca de su trabajo y, en particular, de su experiencia de narrar gráficamente los pueblos patrimonio de Colombia como parte de un proyecto del Hay Festival en colaboración con Fontur. En conversación con Daniel Jiménez Quiroz, director de la revista Larva. Conversatorio de los Pueblos Patrimonio de Colombia.

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Howard Jacobson

Seriously Funny

Hay Festival 1997, 
"The most dangerously funny writer in the English Language" - The Sunday Times - explores the ungentle art of laughter from Aristophanes to Bernad Manning. He argues that we resemble beasts more closely than we resemble gods, and we make great fools of ourselves the moment we forget it.

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The Orange Prize Winners Live from Hay

Hay Festival 2000, 
Two further readings from work by the four Orange Prize-winners, recorded for transmission on BBC Radio 4. For full details please consult the website at www.hayfestival.co.uk

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Michael Leapman

The Ingenious Mr Fairchild

Hay Festival 2000, 
Thomas Fairchild shook the horticultural world by revaling sexual reproduction in plants. Leapman has written a biography dedicated to the life and work of a man who could not help interfering with natural design, and as a result has given us the huge variety of flowers in our parks and gardens today.

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Leith's Brazilian Feast

Hay Festival 1997, 
To accompany the Brazilian Festival this afternoon, Brazilian chef Valeria Sisti author of Leith's Latin-American Cookery and the top chefs from the Leith School demonstrate how to prepare a Latin-American feast.

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Charles Nicholl

My Wounded Shoes

Hay Festival 1996, 
We follow the dangerous trail of the French poet and traveller Arthur Rimbaud - the teenage author of A Season in Hell, the enigmatic trader and gun-runner in Africa, the lover and destroyer of Valerie. Nicholl previews his forthcoming book on Rimbaud with an idiosyncratic account of the poet's extraordinary life, told largely through Rimbaud's own words. Nicholl's books include The Fruit Palace, Borderlines, his award-winning investigation of Christopher Marlowe The Reckoning and The Creature in the Map.

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Irvine Welsh en conversación con Peter Florence

Xalapa 2013, 
Irvine Welsh (Escocia) es autor de la celebrada novela Trainspotting, llevada al cine con gran éxito
por Danny Boyle, en la que muestra con humor, honestidad y crítica la vida de un sector de la juventud escocesa afectada por el clima desesperanzador de los años ochenta, la atracción de las drogas y los dilemas morales de sus protagonistas. Welsh es autor de varias novelas más, entre ellas Porno y la recién publicada Skagboys, en las que regresa a los personajes de Trainspotting. En conversación con Peter Florence.

Evento patrocinado por el British Council

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Sue Townsend talks to Catherine Lockerbie

Hay Festival 2005, 
The comic diarist turns her darker satire on today with Adrian Mole and the Weapons of Mass Destruction.

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Terry Eagleton

Radical

Hay Festival 2018, 

The literary critic, famed for his wit and acute interpretations, explores the themes of his two spring publications. Radical Sacrifice revaluates the idea of sacrifice as purposed in theology and philosophy, reclaiming the act as radical politics. The re-publication of Why Marx Was Right examines the philosopher’s core ideas in the context of capitalism’s crises and communism’s collapse. Chaired by Dai Smith.

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Ted Dexter talks to Frank Keating

A few words about Cricket

Hay Festival 1996, 
The former England Cricket Captain and Chairman of Selectors talks to the country's leading sports journalist Frank Keating, biographer of Graham Gooch.

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Orlando Figes

The TLS Lecture - The Invention of Russia

Hay Festival 1998, 
The author of the multi-award winning A Peoples Tragedy: A History of the Russian Revolution addresses Russian culture and national identity since the eighteenth century. Introduced and chaired by Ferdinand Mount, Editor of the TLS.

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Harry Kroto

The Art and Architecture of the Microcosmos

Hay Festival 1997, 
The 1996 Nobel Prizewinner gives this years Nature Lecture. Chemistry is the art of creating compounds, and a fundamental of understanding requires an awareness of the structure of molecules on the scale of atoms. This scale is the nonometer scale, in which dimensions are of the order of a millionth of a millimeter. When we look at compounds they just appear like liquids or solids. Sometimes the crystals look beautiful, but in general, one liquid looks muck like another. However, the chemist who creates these materials can see in his mind the structure of the individual molecules and understand their beauty. Is it really an architectural awareness of molecules of this scale, and the drive towards creating new compounds is often no different from the creative urge which stimulates the artist or architect to create a new sculpture or building.

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Cosmovisiones indígenas en América. Jon Landaburu y Natasha Kanapé Fontaine con Camilo Hoyos

Cartagena 2017, 
La visión del mundo de las culturas indígenas del continente americano es quizá poca conocida para el gran público, pero de una riqueza notable. Dos importantes conocedores de esta tradición conversan con Camilo Hoyos. Con Jon Landaburu, quien fue desde 1972 hasta 2007 director de Investigaciones Científicas del Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique de Francia y director durante más de 10 años del Centro de Estudios de las Lenguas Indígenas de América de la misma institución (CELIA/CNRS). Y con Natasha Kanapé Fontaine (Canadá), poeta innu, actriz, artista visual y activista por los derechos de los indígenas y por la conservación del medio ambiente. El trabajo de Natasha está publicado en francés por Mémoire d´Encrier y en inglés por Mawenzi House.
Cosmovisiones indígenas en América. Jon Landaburu y Natasha Kanapé Fontaine con Camilo Hoyos

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Draco Rosa en conversación con Alonso Sánchez Baute

Cartagena 2016, 
Este compositor y productor puertorriqueño nacido en Nueva York ha trabajado con artistas tan famosos como Ricky Martin o Julio Iglesias. Ganador de varios premios Grammy, está considerado como uno de los artistas latinoamericanos más completos: es músico, cantante, multiinstrumentista, poeta, pintor, bailarín, escritor y empresario. Draco descubrió las maravillas de la alimentación a base de plantas después de sufrir de cáncer y acaba de publicar El secreto de la vida a base de plantas. De su carrera y su libro conversará con el escritor y periodista Alonso Sánchez Baute.

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Miffy 1

Hay Festival 2005, 
Join storyteller Liz Fost and the white bunny herself to celebrate her 50th birthday.

(Age 3-5)

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Sergio Jaramillo, Humberto de la Calle, David Bojanini. Modera Ricardo Ávila

2016: Retos y beneficios del año de la Paz.

Cartagena 2016, 
A pocos meses de firmar el acuerdo de paz entre el Gobierno de Colombia y las FARC, Sergio Jaramillo, actual Alto Comisionado para la Paz del gobierno de Santos, Humberto de la Calle, vicepresidente de la República de Colombia entre 1994 y 1996 y quien ahora dirige el equipo negociador del gobierno colombiano en el proceso de paz y David Bojanini, Presidente de Sura analizarán el futuro y los beneficios de un país en paz.

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Jack Hartnell

Medieval Bodies: Life, Death and Art in the Middle Ages

Hay Festival 2018, 

Dripping with blood and gold, fetishised and tortured, gateway to earthly delights and point of contact with the divine, forcibly divided and powerful even beyond death, there was no territory more contested than the body in the medieval world. The art historian uncovers the complex and fascinating ways in which the people of the Middle Ages thought about, explored and experienced their physical selves. 

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Åsne Seierstad talks to Sarfraz Manzoor

Two Sisters

Hay Festival 2018, 

One morning in October 2013, 19-year-old Ayan Juma and her 16-year-old sister Leila left their family home in Oslo. Later that day they sent an email to their parents. "Peace, God's mercy and blessings upon you, Mum and Dad ... Please do not be cross with us..."  Leila and Ayan had decided to travel to Syria, "and help out down there as best we can". While their father, Sadiq risks his own life to bring his daughters back, at home his wife Sara begins to question their life in Norway. How could her children have been radicalised without her knowledge? How can she protect her two younger sons from the same fate? Seierstad - with the complete support of the Juma family - followed the story from the beginning, through its many dramatic twists and turns. It's a tale that crosses from Sadiq and Sara’s original home in Somalia, to their council estate in Oslo, to Turkey and to Syria - where two teenage sisters must face the shocking consequences of their decision.
The investigative journalist’s previous books include The Bookseller of Kabul and One of Us.  See also [310].

Åsne Seierstad talks to Sarfraz Manzoor

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Christopher Logue

Hay Festival 1998, 
The author of the greatest contemporary version of The Iliad, in War Music, Kings and The Husbands reads from his Selected Poems. "Modern poetry at its best" - Dennis Potter; "I'm crazy about it" - Henry Miller; "Not bad. I can read quite a bit of it" - Ezra Pound

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Phil Klay en conversación con Marianne Ponsford

Cartagena 2016, 
El estadounidense Phil Klay, la gran sorpresa literaria de EE.UU., ex-marine y veterano de la guerra de Irak, ganó el National Book Award 2014 con su primer libro, Nuevo destino, trabajo en el que reflexiona sobre las guerras de Irak y Afganistán y las consecuencias que estas trajeron para los que combatieron allí. Lo entrevista la periodista Marianne Ponsford.

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Superman es árabe

Arequipa 2015, 

La poeta, traductora y periodista libanesa Joumana Haddad ha sido clasificada como una de las figuras femeninas más influyentes y provocadoras del mundo árabe. Es también editora de la revista en lengua árabe Jasad y editora jefe de la sección de cultura del periódico An Nahar, además de autora de Yo maté a Scherezade: confesiones de una mujer árabe furiosa, entre otros librosSu última obra traducida al español es Superman es árabe (Vaso Roto, 2014), de la que hablará con el periodista Dante Trujillo, actual editor del suplemento El Dominical  del diario El Comercio.

Superman es árabe

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Alessandro Baricco en conversación con Marcel Ventura

Cartagena 2016, 
Novelista, dramaturgo, presentador de televisión y guionista, Alessandro Baricco es probablemente uno de los escritores italianos más leídos internacionalmente. Su novela Seda, traducida a diecisiete idiomas, fue un éxito de crítica y ventas en muchos países, cautivando la imaginación de miles de lectores. Entre sus otros libros destacan Océano mar, Emaús y Tres veces al amanecer.
Baricco es además el fundador de la escuela Holden, donde se dan clases de narrativa desde un enfoque multidisciplinar. Conversará con Marcel Ventura.