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Valeria Luiselli en conversación con Pablo Duarte

Querétaro 2016, 

La escritora mexicana Valeria Luiselli, autora de los libros Papeles falsos, Los ingrávidos y La historia de mis dientes, todos traducidos al inglés y otros idiomas, conversa sobre estos libros y en particular sobre su trabajo de próxima publicación: Odisea de los niños perdidos. Un ensayo en cuarenta preguntas. Se trata de un ensayo inteligente y reflexivo sobre la experiencia de los niños migrantes en Estados Unidos en el que la autora, a través de su experiencia como traductora para niños migrantes, considera temas como la migración, el impacto especialmente duro que estas experiencias tienen en los más jóvenes y las complejas situaciones en los países de origen. En conversación con el periodista y escritor Pablo Duarte.

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Atinuke

Baby Goes to Market

Hay Festival 2018, 

Join spectacular storyteller Atinuke for a bouncy read-along with Baby and his mama. Hear all about the traditional folk tales and the stories from the bustling city in Nigeria where she grew up and which inspired her writing.

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Rayma Suprani y Bonil sobre caricatura

Cartagena 2017, 
Dos destacados caritaturistas latinoamericanos conversan sobre el complejo oficio del caricaturista, en el que la destreza del dibujo, el manejo del lenguaje, la capacidad de síntesis y un sinfín más de habilidades dan lugar a comentarios sobre el mundo que nos rodea. Rayma Suprani (Venezuela) y Bonil (Ecuador) comparten además un compromiso social y político que, en numerosas ocasiones, les ha llevado a enfrentarse a la censura.

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Jimmy McGovern talks to Maurice Gran

Hay Festival 2003, 
The television writer's credits include the psychologist drama series Cracker, Brookside, Hearts and Minds, The Lakes, Touching Evil and the Bloody Sunday drama Sunday. His award-winning play Hillsborough is one of the most politicallt efective and explosive television dramas ever made.

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Bangla Poetry over the last Millenia

Dhaka 2013, 

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Margo Glantz en conversación con Myriam Moscona

Xalapa 2014, 
Margo Glantz es una de las escritoras y pensadoras más importantes de México. Ha escrito más de veinti- cinco libros de ensayo y narrativa y cuenta con el Premio Nacional de Ciencias y Artes 2004 y el Premio FIL 2010. Nos presenta su último libro Yo también me acuerdo, una nueva versión de autobio- grafía inspirada en la obra de Joe Brainard y Georges Perec, quienes escribieron libros compuestos íntegra- mente por breves párrafos que comenzaban con las palabras “me acuerdo”. Otros artistas como Pier Paolo Pasolini y Zeina Abirached emularon también el ejer- cicio de contar su vida a través de retazos de la memoria en un libre fluir de ideas, emociones e imágenes.

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Philosophical Excursions

Dhaka 2014, 
South Asia has witnessed the confluence of Sufi, Vedic and Tantric practices which have both informed and enriched each other and brought about new syncretic trends which continue to shape the history of this region. This cultural process will be explored by Sufi-scholar Shankar Nair, Sanskrit researcher and dancer Lubna Marium, and Arunava Sinha, whose translation of Rabi Sankar Bal's astonishing story of Rumi as related by the traveller Ibn-Battuta, will be out soon.

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Rana Dasgupta

Cities

Dhaka 2014, 
From his first book of short stories, Tokyo Cancelled, to his latest book, Capital, Rana Dasgupta has long been preoccupied with the metropolis. He talks to Javed Jahangir and Somnath Batabyal about capitals, globalization, and big money. Chaired by K Anis Ahmed.

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Julian Lloyd Webber

Hay Festival 1999, 
The cellist is accompanied by pianist Rebecca Woolcott

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Angus MacQueen

The Documentary Director 3

Hay Festival 2005, 
MacQueen has directed many award-winning documentaries including The Death of Yugoslavia, Gulag, Dancing for Dollars, The Last Peasants and most recently Cocaine for Channel 4. Illustrated by a variety of clips, he talks to The Observer's Tim Adams about his work and how making the Cocaine series changed his views on drugs.

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Robin Blake

George Stubbs

Hay Festival 2005, 
The life and work of the great eighteenth-century artist-scientist and author of The Anatomy of the Horse.

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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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Tony Prater

The RSPB Cymru Lecture

Hay Festival 2005, 
The RSPB's Head of Conservation celebrates the joy of the graceful red kite and the powerful peregrine falcon as he explains the chequered history of birds of prey in Wales, from periods of severe persecution in the early twentieth century, through the pesticide problems in the 1960s to the current recovery phase.

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Helen Fielding talks to John Walsh

Hay Festival 2002, 
The creator of Bridget Jones in a rare interview about her writing, comedy, and Hollywood.

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Anne Fines talks to Terence Blacker

Hay Festival 1999, 
The pre-eminent children's writer and creator of Madame Doubtfire talks about her adult novel Telling Liddy. She "writes like an angel: flawless prose, perfect pitch, and a follow-through that knocks the wind from your lungs" Scotland on Sunday

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To The Edge

Dhaka 2013, 
Rahunma Ahmed, Sarnath Banerjee and Lubna Marium discuss freedoms and expression, moderated by Shireen Huq. Marking the Launch of Rahnuma Ahmed's book Tortured Truths by DRIK Publications.

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Grey Gowrie

The Housman Lecture: The Name and Nature of Poetry

Hay Festival 1999, 
Lord Gowrie has been Secetary of State for the Arts, Chairman of both Sothebys and The Arts Council, and has been a Professor of Literature in America. He delivers this year's address about his personal engagement with poetry.

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Norteños. María de Alva Levy, Felipe Montes y Hugo Valdés en conversación con Mauricio Montiel Figueiras

Querétaro 2016, 

La literatura negra y policiaca es un género fascinante para el público y recientemente bastante cultivado por autores procedentes del norte del país. Tres novelistas norteños conversan con Mauricio Montiel Figueiras sobre sus últimos trabajos: Felipe Montes (Barrio de Catedral), María de Alva (Lo que guarda el río) y Hugo Valdés (El asesinato de Paulina Lee).

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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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Richard Dawkins, Lalla Ward

A Devils Chaplain

Hay Festival 2003, 
The pre-eminent evolutionary biologist is joined by his wife, actress Lalla Ward to present a selection of his essays collected in A Devil's Chaplain. Writing on evolution or science in general, on dead comrades or on travel or literature, on education or religion, he shows why he is one of the most influential thinkers of our time.

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Natalie Haynes

Stands Up for the Classics

Winter Weekend 2017, 

The star of BBC Radio 4’s Natalie Haynes Stands Up for the Classics brings her unique combination of stand-up and ancient history to the Winter Weekend. History has never been such fun! Haynes’ books include The Children of Jocasta and The Ancient Guide to Modern Life.

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O'Brien on Joyce

Hay Festival 1999, 
Edna O'Brien talks about James Joyce. Introduced by Geordie Greig, literary editor of The Sunday Times.

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Jenny Uglow

'Hogarth: Luxury and Excess in the Eighteenth Century'

Hay Festival 1999, 
In his penetrating satirical series like The Rakes Progress, and in his paintings of the polite and impolite society of his century, William Hogarth pulled the screen from the vices and follies of his day. In this talk, biographer Jenny Uglow gives a vivid account of his life, personality and work and shows his prints form part of the powerful debates about luxury, speculation and excess that troubled this new, thrusting commercial world.

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Ian McEwan

Hay Festival 2003, 
The writer, whose most recent novel was the global hit Atonement reads and talks to Peter Florence.

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Jon Lee Anderson

Arequipa 2015, 

Este periodista norteamericano, especializado en temas de guerra, comenzó su andadura en el mundo del periodismo a los veintidós años, en Perú, hasta que en 1998 pasó a formar parte del equipo del The New Yorker, aunque colabora en numerosos periódicos de todo el mundo. Es autor de una de las biografías más importantes de Ernesto Guevara: Che Guevara: Una Vida Revolucionaria. Sus últimos libros son La herencia colonial y otras maldiciones y Crónicas de un país que ya no existe. Libia, de Gadafi al colapso.