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Mitchell Tonks

Fresh

Hay Festival 2004, 
The seafood guru offers Recipes and Advice from a Fishmonger. Come and ask everything you've ever wanted to know about fish as food.

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In Other Words: The New Welsh Review Translation Platform

Hay Festival 2004, 
As Europe enlarges her political and cultural borders NWR Editor Francesca Rhydderch hosts this exploration of linguistic exchange with bi-;ingual poet Gwyenth Lewis, Director of the British Centre for Literary Translation Amanda Hopkinson and Editor of Modern Poetry in Translation David Constantine.

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Karen Armstrong talks to Joan Bakewell

Hay Festival 2004, 
America's need to educate itself about Islam post 9/11 established the former nun as one of the world's most respected theologians, a bridge between cultures and the three Abrahamic faiths. Her memoir The Spiral Staircase relates her writing career to her personal odyssey.

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Temple Grandin

Animals in Translation

Hay Festival 2005, 
The animal scientist explores consiousness and communication in Using the Myseteries of Autism to Decode Animal Behaviour. The horse might not talk, but it understands far more than we have ever guessed.

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Ian Rankin

Fleshmarket Close

Hay Festival 2005, 
The great Edinburgh crimewrite discusses his latest Inspector Rebus novel with Raj Persaud.

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Emily Perkins, Ali Smith, Jeanette Winterson

Short Stories

Hay Festival 2004, 
Three of the finest exponents of the form read and discuss the art of the short story. Perkins is the author of Not Her Real Name, Smith's latest collection is The Whole Story and Other Stories, Winterson, an avowed fan of Chekov, Angela Carter and fairy stories has published one collection The World and Other Stories.

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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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Cristina Manzano and Sam Wilkin in conversation with Andy Mackay

Segovia 2018, 
Throughout the world coexistence is continuously scrutinised in present democracies for the inequality between the elite and the rest of society. Cristina Manzano, journalist specialised in global matters and director of the digital medium EsGlobal, and Brown University Professor Sam Wilkin, author of Wealth Secrets of the One Percent: A Modern Manual to Getting Marvellously, Obscenely Rich, discuss the status of these significant current affairs with Andy Mackay, director of the British Council in Spain.

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Tim Bowler

Apocalypse

Hay Festival 2005, 
The Carnegie Award-winner's spellbinding Apocalypse is a terrifying story of a boy's desperate struggle to survive amid horrific circumstances. It is also a tale of hope, love and redemption. 
(Age 10+)

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Spiritual Writing in the Modern World

Dhaka 2013, 
Patrick Laude and Mara Matta in conversation.

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Vicki Goodwin

Open University Breakfast 1

Hay Festival 2005, 
In this first of four weekday OU sessions, the expert explores Living with Dyslexia in a World of Books.

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Frank Foer, Trevor Fishlock, Revel Guest

Globetrotters

Hay Festival 2004, 
Foer examines the most popular form of globalization and its political repercussions in How Soccer Explains the World. In Conquerors of Time Fishlock tells the story of the seafearers, engineers, inventors and trailblazers who built the sinews of transport and communication that held together the British Empire. They talk to the Trailblazers producer Revel Guest.

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Clara Vulliamy

Dotty Detective

Hay Festival 2018, 
Come and meet the author and illustrator of the Dotty Detective series. Dot and her best friend Beans love cracking codes, poring over puzzles and solving mysteries. Hear all about them in this fun session, and you might pick up some top detective tips to take home, too.
6+

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Howard Jacobson and Deborah Moggach

Hay Festival 2004, 
The Wodehouse Prize-winner launches his new novel The Making of Henry, a brilliant bawdy and agonizing comedy about changing your life and falling in love. Moggach's These Foolish Things is a glorious 'silver' comedy about Dunroamin, a converted guesthouse in Bangalore where British pensioners can enjoy the hot weather and mango juice with their gin.

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Janice Hadlow, AC Grayling, Frederick Taylor, Antony Beevor

World War II

Hay Festival 2004, 
On the sixtieth anniversary of D-Day, Janice Hadlow chairs this discussion about the political and ethical legacy of the last world war. She is joined by the philosopher A.C. Grayling, Antony Beevor, author of Stalingrad and Berlin, and Frederick Taylor, author of Dresden.

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George Carey talks to Mary Loudon

Hay Festival 2004, 
The 103rd Archbishop of Canterbury discusses his memoir Know The Truth. At the time of going to press the book is under embargo. Woman priests, gay Bishops, Christian fundamentalism, the morality of War and how to hold together the Anglican Communion of 400 million people across the globe may all be on the agenda.

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Yolanda Reyes

Xalapa 2014, 
La autora colombiana Yolanda Reyes presenta Los años terribles, un libro que cuenta la historia de tres chicas adolescentes y las experiencias que cada una de ellas vive de manera distinta: su primer amor, su relación con sus hermanos, los vínculos con sus amigas y la manera que tienen de enfrentarse a secretos familiares que marcarán sus vidas.
Edades: 10-13 años
Con el apoyo de la Embajada de Colombia

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Álvaro Enrigue en conversación con Rubén Gallo

Xalapa 2014, 
Álvaro Enrigue es uno de los autores mexicanos con- temporáneos más reconocidos. Es autor de obras como Hipotermia, Vidas perpendiculares, Decencia o Valiente clase mediaDinero, letras y cursilería. Su última novela, Muerte súbita, fue la ganadora del Premio Herralde 2013. También ha sido editor, profesor universitario y publica con frecuencia críticas literarias.

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James Hall

Michelangelo and the Reinvention of the Human Body

Hay Festival 2005, 
The art critic and author of The World as Sculpture exaamines the Renaissance master's revolutionary depiction of the human form in sculpture, drawing and paint.

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Charles Spencer

Blenheim: Battle for Europe

Hay Festival 2005, 
The historian analyses one of the decisive European turning points, when in 1704 the Duke of Malborough comprehensively defeated the rampant armies of Louis XIV, and thwarted their aim of continental domination.

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Joanna Bourke

Fear

Hay Festival 2005, 
What are we most afraid of? God? Pain? War? Terror? The historian and acclaimed author of Fear analyses our profoundest anxieties and who benefits from them.

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Richard Hallion

Taking Flight

Hay Festival 2004, 
A century after the Wright brother's historic flight on 17 December 1903, Hallion looks at the pioneers of air travel from early hot air ballons to the jet age.

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Hugh Lupton

True Thomas

Hay Festival 2004, 
Beyond The Border Festival commissioned the great British storyteller to create a new work, based on an incident ('a tale that has always been told in whispers') in the life of his Welsh Victorian great great-grandfather, Thomas Gee. The result is True Thomas, a praise song for Thomas Gee, about his encounter with The Other World. With musicians Chris Wood and Ceri Rhys Matthews.

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Raquel Castro en conversación con Paulina del Collado

Un beso en tu futuro

Querétaro 2017, 
 
La escritora mexicana Raquel Castro presenta su nueva novela, Un beso en tu futuro, una bella historia de amor y amistad. Castro es guionista, periodistas y escritora; es la autora entre otros de Exiliados, Lejos de casa y Dark Doll.
A partir de 10 años 

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Carl Djerassi

Smuggling Science to the Page or Stage: From the Pill to Newton

Hay Festival 2004, 
The inventor of the birth-control pill is the author of This Man's Pill and now a consideration of Newton Newton's Darkness. He is also an acclaimed playwright, and has danced over the barriers between art and science for decades. He discusses the connections.