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Howard Norman, Wayne Johnston & Shyam Selvadurai

Hay Festival 1999, 
A reading and discussion with Howard Norman, author of the magical Museum Guard set in an Art Gallery in Halifax, Nova Scotia and two of the stars of the new generation of Canadian novelists. JOhnston's The Colony of Unrequited Dreams fictionalises the rise and rise of Newfoundland's first Premier at the turn of the century. Selvadurai, a Sri Lankan writer based in Canada, explores the issues of exile, British colonial history, sexual identity and gender politics in his Cinnamon Gardens set in Ceylon. Chaired by John Saddler.

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Scott Hartley, Enrique Dans in conversation with Marta Garcia Aller

IN A WORLD REVOLUTIONIZED BY TECHNOLOGY, WHY DO THE HUMAN SKILLS MATTER?

Segovia 2018, 
 

Venture capitalist, ex Google, Facebook, and Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Scott Hartley the author of the bestseller “The Fuzzy & the Techie” is a strong believer in the human skills necessary in a digital world; Enrique Dans, professor, influencer, blogger and digital transformation expert studies the effects of technology on people, businesses and society. They talk to Marta Garcia Aller, journalist, professor and Spanish writer, author of the recent book “El fin del mundo tal y como lo conocemos”.

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Kobita Parishad Recitations

Dhaka 2013, 
Recitations by Rafiq Azad, Rabiul Husein, Asim Saha, Noo-ul-Alam Lenin, Makid Haider, Anwara Syed Haq, Quazl Rozy, Shihab Sarkar, Kajal Bandyopadhyay, Mohammad Sadik, Harisul Hoque, Samim Reza, Bulbul Mahalanobish and Masud Pothik. Moderated by Habibullah Sirajee.

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David Puttnam

The Dilys Powell Lecture

Hay Festival 1996, 
The inaugural lecture to commemmorate the revered Sunday Times cinema critic who died last year is given by the producer whose films include The Killing Fields, Chariots of Fire, Local Hero, The Mission and Midnight Express.

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Mary Wesley and Julia Blackburn

Hay Festival 1999, 
The octgenarian novelist reads and talks with Blackburn, whose The Leper's Companions set on a medieval pilgrimage to the Holy Land is one of the most magical novels of the year, hotly tipped for the big literary prizes.

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Hilary Spurling

The Unknown Matisse

Hay Festival 1999, 
Illustrated with his images, the biographer assesses the masterpieces, and sheds new light on the humiliations and scandals the Henri Matisse had to overcome in order to develop into the greatest French painter of this century.

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Nicolas Roeg talks to Jason Wood

A&B Filmmakers Series: The Director 1

Hay Festival 2005, 
Interview with the legendary director and cinematographer whose credits include Lawrence of Arabia, Doctor Zhivago, Don't Look Now, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Bad Timing and Insignificance. See also, [144] and [151].

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Los derechos de la comunidad LGTB

Boris Dittrich en conversación con Brigitte Baptiste

Cartagena 2017, 
El activista Boris Dittrich (Holanda) lidera los esfuerzos de la ONG Human Rights Watch para defender los derechos de la comunidad lesbiana, gay, bisexual y transgénero alrededor del mundo. Abogado y autor de dos novelas, Dittrich tiene además experiencia parlamentaria, puesto que fue miembro del parlamento de su país durante doce años e inició el trabajo para implementar la ley del matrimonio igualitario. En conversación con Brigitte Baptiste.

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Héroes latinoamericanos: Mario Vargas Llosa

Arequipa 2015, 

Gerald Martin ha publicado una edición crítica de Hombres de maíz, del escritor guatemalteco Miguel Ángel Asturias, y una biografía del escritor colombiano Gabriel García Márquez. Actualmente está trabajando en una biografía sobre Mario Vargas Llosa.  Alonso Cueto, autor homenajeado en la Feria Internacional del Libro de Lima 2010, ha publicado novelas de muy diferentes estilos. Su obra Juan Carlos Onetti: El soñador en la penumbra, indaga en la vida del novelista. Modera el director editorial de Planeta, Sergio Vilela.

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Internet (s): la investigación. Conferencia de Frédéric Martel

Querétaro 2016, 

Frédéric Martel (Francia) es autor de Cultura Mainstream y Global gay. Cómo la revolución gay está cambiando el mundo. Escritor, periodista, investigador y con experiencia en labores de gestión cultural y asesoría, Martel estudia en su libro Smart. Internet(s): la investigación los distintos usos de internet y las redes sociales en diferentes países, analizando el impacto de la red en diversos contextos socioeconómicos e imaginando un internet múltiple, con muchas variantes.

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Internet (s): la investigación. Conferencia de Frédéric Martel

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The Future of the Independent

Dhaka 2014, 
With Penguin Randon House now having formed the biggest publishing company in the world, and Amazon starting a publishing venture, what is the future of the Indie press, and of publishing in general? Featuring Naveen Kishore, Carolyn Kellogand Olivia Smith. Chaired by Dwight Garner.

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Mohamed Keshavjee

The Ronald Higgins Memorial Lecture: Mediation and Restorative Justice

Hay Festival 2018, 

Keshavjee will explore the ideas of internationalism and engagement mapped in Higgins' visionary world affairs books The Seventh Enemy and Plotting Peace: The Owls Reply to the Hawks. The distinguished academic received the Gandhi-King-Ikeda Peace Award for his work in conflict resolution. Patrick Pietroni will pay tribute to Ronald Higgins who died in December. Chaired by Felicity Bryan.

Mohamed Keshavjee

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Phil Manzanera en conversación con Jacobo Celnik

Cartagena 2017, 
El guitarrista y productor musical Phil Manzanera formó parte de una de las bandas musicales más emblemáticas de los setenta: Roxy Music. De padre inglés y madre colombiana, Phil ha producido discos de David Gilmour, Antonio Vega, Héroes del Silencio, Fito Páez o Aterciopelados. Conversa sobre su extraordinaria carrera musical con Jacobo Celnik.

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Egypt and Beyond

Dhaka 2013, 
Ahdaf Soueif and William Sieghart on this hot topic and more, moderated by Zafar Sobhan.

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Mark Tully

India in Slow Motion

Hay Festival 2003, 
From Hindu extremism to child labour, Sufi mysticism to the crisis in agriculture, and from the persistance of political corruption to the problem of Kashmir, the legendary broadcaster challenges the preconceptions others have about India, as well as those India has about itself.

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Francine Stock, Caroline Michel, Toby Mundy, Clare Alexander

Hay Festival 2005, 
Are readers getting what they want and deserve from publishing? The novelist and broadcaster is joined by major industry players from the independent and conglomerate sectors to debate the matter with the audience.

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Ignacio Morgado

Cartagena 2017, 
Ignacio Morgado, catedrático de Psicobiología en el Instituto de Neurociencia de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona y autor de obras como Emociones e inteligencia social o Aprender, recordar y olvidar, conversa sobre los comportamientos humanos y sus estrechos orígenes en la biología.

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Joe Simpson talks to Andrew St. George

Touching the Void

Hay Festival 1999, 
The climber presents an illustrated slide show recounting his epic struggle for survival in the Peruvian Andes. 'Touching the Void' won the 1989 NCR Award for Non fiction and became an international bestseller. Tom Cruise will play Simpson in the movie. 'Touching the Void' is one of the absolute classics of mountaineering - a document of pyschological, even philosophical witness of the rarest compulsion' - George Steiner.

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Periodismo de investigación

Arequipa 2015, 

El analista político e historiador peruano Jorge Bedregal modera esta charla sobre el periodismo de investigación en la que participan cuatro destacados periodistas. Ed Vulliamy es un periodista británico que escribe para The Observer y The Guardian. Finalista del Amnesty International Media Award por sus reportajes sobre México y autor del libro Seasons in Hell. Understanding Bosnia’s War (1994). Jon Lee Anderson es un reportero estadounidense del The New Yorker que lleva muchos años cubriendo Latinoamérica y está especializado en temas de conflictos armados. Además, es autor de una de las biografías más importantes de Ernesto Guevara: Che Guevara: Una Vida Revolucionaria (1997). El periodista Gustavo Gorriti, fundador y director de IDL-Reporteros, la primera publicación electrónica creada en el Perú de periodismo de investigación sin fines de lucro, ha sido codirector del diario La República y ha obtenido varias distinciones internacionales, entre ellas, el Premio Nuevo Periodismo CEMEX+FOPI en la modalidad de Homenaje. Por su parte, Marco Zileri es director de Caretas, revista semanal publicada en Lima reconocida por su periodismo de investigación.

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Mark Steel and Arthur Smith

Reasons to be Cheerful

Hay Festival 2002, 
Glorious stand-up from the acute and radical comedian. 'A man with a passionate desire to communicate his ideas, who is also very funny' (The Guardian). Compèred by the uniquely talented and frankly gorgeous Arthur Smith.

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Pablo Simonetti en conversación con Jorge Alberto Gudiño

Xalapa 2014, 

Escritor chileno y activista defensor de los derechos de las minorías sexuales, Pablo Simonetti nos presenta su última novela, La soberbia juventud, una historia de amor de un joven homosexual atrapado entre exigencias sociales y familiares. Simonetti es también autor de Madre que estás en los cielos, obra traducida a más de cinco idiomas, así como de La razón de los amantes, La barrera del pudor y del libro de cuentos Vidas vulnerables.

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Javier del Pino in conversation with David Broncano

JOURNALISM AND HUMOR

Segovia 2018, 

The journalist Javier del Pino, director of “A vivir que son dos días”, of the Radio Station Cadena SER, the most listened to program at weekends, with more than 2.2 million listeners, speaks of humor and journalism with the comedian and television presenter David Broncano, who also participates in what is considered to be the second audience program of Spanish broadcasting. With Aurelio Martín.

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Gitta Sereny

A Different Journalism

Hay Festival 1999, 
The historian has written about FRanz Stangl, the Commandant at Treblinka, Hitler's architect, Albert Speer, and twice about the child-killer Mary Bell. She discusses her subjects, and how, in the information age, we might read history in new ways.

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Joann Fletcher and Stephen Buckley

The Search for Nefertiti

Hay Festival 2005, 
Egyptologists recount their quest to positively identify the mummy of the enigmatic Pharaoh and to understand her world.

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Andrew Parker

Seven Deadly Colours: The Genius of Nature's Palette and How it Eluded Darwin

Hay Festival 2005, 
The eye's 'perfection' was the one problem Darwin could not resolve with his theory of evolution by natural selection. Parker sorts him out showing how colour has affected flora and fauna in different environments across the globe.