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Brian Platt

Cartoon Masterclass

Hay Festival 2004, 
The Hay cartoonist teavhes the basic principles outlined in his book How to DRaw Cartoons. No previous experience required.

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Cheryl Suzack sobre la justicia reparadora, los derechos humanos y los movimientos feministas indígenas.

Xalapa 2014, 
La docente e investigadora Cheryl Suzack hablará sobre los llamados “rituales de reparación”, en los que la persona o comunidad que ha sufrido una pérdida determina la forma más adecuada para reparar el daño causado. En este contexto, analizará el papel de las mujeres indígenas a partir de tres estudios de caso de los movimientos indígenas canadienses: los esfuerzos de la Sahtu Dene por recuperar la tierra contaminada por la extracción de uranio, la resistencia de Bella Bella al Proyecto Northern Gateway y el trabajo realizado por la Comisión de la Verdad y la Reconciliación de Canadá [Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission].
Con el apoyo de MCgill Institute for the Study of Canada
Cheryl Suzack sobre la justicia reparadora, los derechos humanos y los movimientos feministas indígenas.

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Paloma Sánchez Ibarzábal

Ven que te cuento cómo nace un cuento.

Xalapa 2014, 
¿Cómo nacen las historias? En este taller de animación a la lectura y a la escritura, la autora contará a los niños cómo se le ocurren sus historias y contestará a todas las preguntas de los participantes, animando el encuentro con la lectura de fragmentos de sus obras.
Edades: 7-9 años
Evento para niños de los albergues del DIF

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Timothy West and Jamie Glover

Nearest and Dearest Enemy

Hay Festival 2004, 
This anthology takes a wide ranging journey through English and classic literature, from Oedipus to the present day. Poems, prose and dramatic extracts illustrate the tragic and comic expression of this most fundamental conflict between father and son.

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Peter Florence and guests

Hay Festival 2004, 
The Guardian Hay Festival and the Orange Prize for Fiction have joined up to celebrate the huge wealth of contemporary fiction.

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Azar Nafisi

Reading Lolita in Tehran

Hay Festival 2004, 
For two years before she left Iran in 1997, Nafisi gathered seven young women at her house every Thursday morning to read and discuss forbidden works of Western literature: Pride and Prejudice, Washington Square, Daisy Miller and Lolita. 'We were, to borrow from Nabokov, to experience how the ordinary pebble of oridinary life could be transformed into a jewel through the magic eye of fictiion'.

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Roy Hudd - Hiss and Boo

Hay Festival 1999, 
The inimitable comedian tops the bill when Britain's brightest and best Music Hall and Variety Company Hiss & Boo bring their gala of laughter, music and song to Hay on Bank Holiday Monday. Leave your inhibitions at home and come and be well and truly entertained.

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Ian Livingstone

Hay Festival 2005, 
Recipient of the BAFTA Special Award for outstanding contribution to the interactive entertainment and the gaming industry, Livingstone is the creator of the Fighting Fantast books of the 1980s; founder of the Games Workshop and chairman of the technology company behind Lara Croft, Championship Manager and Commandos. He has recently returned to books, his first love. Eye of the Dragon is the first Fighting Fantast title in ten years.

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Deborah Moggach

A&B Filmmakers Series: The Screenwriter 3

Hay Festival 2005, 
The novelist and screen-adaptor discusses her work on, and previews clips from the forthcoming Working Title movie of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, starring Keira Knightley, Matthew MacFadyen and Judi Dench.

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Bruce Ingman

My Worst Book Ever!

Hay Festival 2018, 

The illustrator reveals all the things that went wrong in the making of his picture-book. In this case, the author had a great idea for a story about a crocodile, but, even when he was writing it, the manuscript got soaked with tea and nibbled by snails. And that was just the start...

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Spiritual Writing in the Modern World

Dhaka 2013, 
Patrick Laude and Mara Matta in conversation.

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Guardian G2: The Hay Edition 3

Second Interview

Hay Festival 2005, 
See above Monday 30 May, 11:30am, below, 2.30pm, 5.30pm.

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Helena Kennedy

Just Law

Hay Festival 2004, 
The left-wing QC Baroness prosecutes a savage indictment of the government's record on liberty and justice. Blair (shallow), Blunket (feeble) and Falconer are the accused over the burden of proof, fat-cat lawyers, old white judges, terrorism special powers, and the legal opinion on the Iraq War.

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Mark Thomas, stand-up

Hay Festival 2004, 
Mark is working on some new stuff. He will be talking about transvestite direct action, adventures with the confetti-istas, blocking the traffic in Scotland, arms dealers in East London, and DIY places of worship. He will also be having a closer look at The Real Thing and asking why anyone would want to teach the world to sing. 'A supurbly funny show ... Thomas has a delightfully tiggerish enthuaisam for his stories ... If comedy could ever be described as necessary, this is it' (The Observer)

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Joshua Rozenberg, Michael Crick, Damien Tambini, Hugh Tomlinson, Alan Rusbridger

Sex, Lies and Circulation

Hay Festival 2004, 
Beckham's txts, Naomi's habit, William's mother. Who defines public interest and how? Crick is the biographer of Jeffery Archer and Alex Ferguson. Rozenberg is legal editor of The Telegraph and author of Privacy and The Press. IPPR Fellow, Tambini is the author of Ruled by Reclusives. Matrix Law QC Tomlinson is the author of Privacy and the Media. 

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El oficio de vender las palabras

Arequipa 2015, 
Cómo vender libros, historias, relatos, palabras. En torno a esta cada vez más ardua tarea reflexionan los editores Malcolm Otero Barral (Malpaso Ediciones) y Sergio Vilela (Editorial Planeta Colombia), junto con la agente literaria Anna Soler-Pont, de Pontas Literary & Film Agency. Modera la charla Arthur Zeballos Herrera, editor de La Travesía Editora (Arequipa).

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Journalism in Mexico: the historic battle. Jaime Abello Banfi, Adrián López and Ana Cristina Ruedas in conversation with Jacobo García

Querétaro 2017, 

Journalism in Mexico is in danger. The constant attacks and violence against professionals who work in the industry has increased consistently since 2006, when the journalist protection protocol was first introduced, following the model used previously in Colombia. Why is the Mexican context one of the most dangerous in the world in which to carry out this profession? Jaime Abello Banfi (FNPI), Ana Cristina Ruedas (Artículo 19) and Adrián López (Noroeste) will talk to Jacobo García.

Journalism in Mexico: the historic battle. Jaime Abello Banfi, Adrián López and Ana Cristina Ruedas in conversation with Jacobo García

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20th century cultures. Carmen Pardo in conversation with Carlos Fonseca

Querétaro 2017, 

Carmen Pardo, author of En el silencio de la cultura, is a lecturer at the University of Girona and teaches on Barcelona University’s Sound Art Master’s programme. A specialist in contemporary music and author of a major study of John Cage (La escucha oblicua: Una invitación a John Cage), Pardo’s book is about the complex development of Western culture throughout the 20th century, directly linked to the aestheticisation of socio-political contexts.

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Richard Jenkyns, Robert Irwin, Mary Beard

Wonders of the World

Hay Festival 2004, 
Three contributors to the Profile series look at the world's architectural masterpieces and consider their significance. Jenkyns examines Westminster Abbey, Irwin The Alhambra, and Beard The Parthenon.

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Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner

A&B Filmmakers Series: The Producers

Hay Festival 2005, 
Conversation with the Working Title partners whose films range from My Beautiful Launderette to Four Weddings and a Funeral, Fargo and Bridget Jones. 

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Simon Blackburn

Lust

Hay Festival 2004, 
'Broadminded though we take ourselves to be, lust gets a bad press. It lives on the wrong side of the tracks, lumbers around elbowing its way into too much of our lives, and blushes when it comes into company'. The Cambridge Philosophy Don points to the work of David Hume, who saw lust not only as a sensual delight but also as a joy of the mind. 'Be proud of your lust, says the professor of pleasure.' (Daily Mail)

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Josceline Dimbleby talks to Katie Hickman

A Profound Secret

Hay Festival 2004, 
The writer describes her quest to discover the truth about her great-grandmother, May Gaskell, who was the last great love of the pre-Raphaelite painter Edward Burne-Jones. 'She has constructed a compelling romance (complete with mystery) ... The whole book is deeply satisfying' (Michael Holroyd)

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Rageh Omar talks to Nik Gowing

Hay Festival 2004, 
The international affairs journalists discuss the society and community od Iraq before and during the bombardment of Baghdad in 2003 and in the subsequent period of Allied administration. Omaar is the author of Revolution Day: The HUman Story of the Battle for Iraq.

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Rosa Beltrán y Edgardo Cozarinsky en conversación con Irma Gallo

Querétaro 2016, 

Dos escritores con una gran trayectoria y relevancia internacional charlan con la periodista cultural Irma Gallo sobre sus últimos trabajos. A lo largo de su carrera, la escritora, traductora y académica Rosa Beltrán (México) ha recibido galardones como el Premio Planeta 1995 por su novela La corte de los ilusos y el Reconocimiento Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz 2011. Su último libro es El cuerpo expuesto (2013). Por su parte, el cineasta y escritor Edgardo Cozarinsky (Argentina) es autor de seis novelas, incluida la reciente Dark, y ha dirigido varias películas en las que se diluyen los límites de la ficción y el documental.

Con interpretación a Lengua de Señas Mexicana (LSM)

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Janine di Giovanni and Jeremy Bowen talk to Michael Buerk

War Correspondence

Hay Festival 2004, 
Di Giovanni's Madness Visible is an account of the award-winning war correspondent's life on the front line in the Balkans. Bowen's Six Days examines how the 1967 war has shaped the Middle East.