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Gillian Clarke and Gwyneth Lewis

Hay Festival 1999, 
A reading and conversation with two poets shortlisted for the 1999 Book of the Year in Wales. Clarke's collection is Five Fields. Lewis is nominated for Zero Gravity.

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Martin Harrison

Francis Bacon in Camera

Hay Festival 2005, 
Harrison reveals how photography, film, mass media imagery and other sources informed Bacon's painting.

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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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Nick Lane

Oxygen: The Molecule that Changed the World

Hay Festival 2004, 
Oxygen is the engine of life and evolution. Lane explores the impact that oxygen has had on Earth, tracing the history of life from the very beginning. He explains the rise of animals and plants, the origin of two sexes, and the evolution of ageing and death.

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Fault Lines

Dhaka 2014, 
A collection of short stories on 1971, featuring Niaz Zaman and Md. Badrul Ahsan. Chaired by Mahrukh Mohiuddin.

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John Sutherland and Peter Parker

Spender and Isherwood

Hay Festival 2004, 
Their biographers discuss the lives and work of the two twentieth century giants whose writing, politics and sexuality defined a literary generation that rose to prominence in the 1930s. Parker publishes Isherwood in 2004 to celebrate the centenary of Isherwood's birth. Sutherland is the authorized biographer of Stephen Spender.

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Patrick Neate, Jemima Hunt, John Williams

Hay Festival 2003, 
Readings and conversation. Whitbread Award-winning Neate introduces his new novel The London Pigeon Wars, a hilarious satirical thriller about ambition and failure, materialism and morality and pigeons with a taste for blood. Hunt reads from her stalker novel The Late Arrival. Williams launches the climax of his Cardiff underworld trilogy The Prince of Wales. They talk to the broadcaster Carolyn Hitt.

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Juan Cárdenas y Guadalupe Nettel en conversación con Eduardo Rabasa

Querétaro 2016, 

Dos autores latinoamericanos imprescindibles conversan con el editor y escritor Eduardo Rabasa sobre sus últimos trabajos. Con Juan Cárdenas (Colombia), autor de las novelas Los estratos (Premio Otras Voces, Otros Ámbitos 2014) y Ornamento; y Guadalupe Nettel (México), autora de libros como Pétalos, Después del invierno (Premio Herralde de Novela 2014) y El matrimonio de los peces rojos.

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Margo Glantz y Pablo Quintanilla en conversación con Willard Díaz

El lenguaje de la escritura

Arequipa 2016, 
La escritora, académica y crítica literaria Margo Glantz (México), miembro de la Academia Mexicana de la Lengua y Doctora en Letras Hispánicas por la Universidad de la Sorbona, y autora de libros como Las genealogías o el reciente Por breve herida; y el ensayista y filósofo peruano Pablo Quintanilla, Doctor en Filosofía por la Universidad de Virginia y magíster en filosofía por la Universidad de Londres (King’s College), especializado en filosofía del lenguaje y epistemología conversan con Willard Díaz sobre su lenguaje literario particular, el proceso de la escritura y sus trabajos más recientes.
Margo Glantz y Pablo Quintanilla en conversación con Willard Díaz

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Matt Whyman talks to Matt Seaton

Hay Festival 2004, 
Agony uncle for AOL and 19 Magazine, Matt Whyman really knows what makes teenage boys tick. He also knows about gun running, street gangs and the Columbian underworld. Matt will be interviewed about the incredible research behind his hard-hitting Boy Kills Man as well as talking about his insights into teenage tensions and taboos.

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FT Weekend Debates Part 1: Coexistence under threat – Winds of separatism in the EU

MARÍA TERESA FERNÁNDEZ DE LA VEGA SANZ, SIR SIMON SCHAMA AND NATIVEL PRECIADO TALK TO TONY BARBER

Segovia 2018, 

As winds of separatism blow through the EU, and further afield, are ideals of coexistence and the nation state damaged beyond repair? President of the Spanish Council of State, Maria Teresa Fernández de la Vega Sanz, British historian Sir Simon Schama and Spanish journalist Nativel Preciado discuss in a wide-ranging conversation with FT Europe Editor Tony Barber.

See Event [110] for FT Weekend Debates Part 2.

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Alf Dubs, Renate Collins, Josie Naughton and Barbara Winton

80 Years On, It’s Our Turn

Hay Festival 2019, 

Lord Dubs and Renate Collins were two of 669 Czech-resident, mainly Jewish children saved from the Nazis by the British stockbroker Nicholas Winton and others on the Kindertransport. We mark the 80th anniversary of the Kindertransport with Nicholas Winton’s daughter, Barbara, and survivors of the original operation, and discuss the opportunities today to help children fleeing persecution and seeking refuge in Britain. Josie Naughton is co-founder and CEO of Help Refugees.

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Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich

Honey & Co: At Home – Middle Eastern Recipes From Our Kitchen

Hay Festival 2019, 

The charismatic, award-winning chefs behind the Honey & Co empire introduce and demo their scrumptious new cookbook. From breads to bakes, salads to sweets, there is something for everyone in this celebration of Middle Eastern cooking. They offer authentic recipes like Jerusalem sesame bread filled with harissa and lemon chicken, a crisp salad with saffron-poached pears and walnut tahini, a fish pastilla and a rabbit stifado. The mouth-watering recipes featured in this book are quick and simple to make. Whip them up for lunch or a weekend meal without forward planning, special ingredients or fancy equipment – these will quickly become staple recipes that you, your friends and family will revisit again and again.

Sarit Packer and Itamar Srulovich

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Helen Walsh, M.J.Hyland, Tessa Hadley

Hay Festival 2004, 
Walsh's Brass is a brutally powerful story of love set in the underbelly of Liverpool's Cathedral area. Hyland's How the Light Gets In conjures an Australian scholarship exchange visit to the USA. Hadley's Everything Will Be Alright spans five decades of post-war Britain.

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Doreen Massey

For Space

Hay Festival 2005, 
An impassioned argument for revitalising our imagination of space.

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Saul David

Zulu

Hay Festival 2005, 
A magisterial account of British Imperial ignominy: ivasion, deception, atrocity, cover-up and election disaster in nineteenth century Southern Africa.

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Francisco Hinojosa

Xalapa 2014, 
El popular narrador y poeta mexicano Francisco Hinojosa, autor de libros llenos de humor y fantasía como La peor señora del mundo, A golpe de calcetín y De domingo a lunes, entre muchos otros, contará en esta ocasión un cuento para niños.
Edades: 8-12 años

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Michael Buerk, Kate Adie, John Sergeant

Any Broadcasting Questions

Hay Festival 2003, 
The BBC and ITN memoirist heavyweights take on allcomers. If it's onair it's fair game. From the killing fields to Downing Street briefings, from Reith to Dyke, and from Ethiopian famine to Tiananmen Square, no party lines, no cute dodging.

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Emyr Humphreys At Eighty

Hay Festival 1999, 
An interview with the celebrated novelist, shortlisted for the Book of the Year Award for The Gift of a Daughter. He talks to Jason Walford Davies.

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Libby Purves

Hay Festival 1999, 
In conversation with Phil Rickman about her novel More Lives Than One. "Grounded with humour, humanity and insight" - The Times

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Bill Deedes talks to Alan Rusbridger

Hay Festival 2005, 
Cabinet Minister, journalist and adventurer, Deedes moved and shook throughout the twentieth century and has lived well to tell the tales.

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Eleanor Updale, David Starky, Michael Wood, Andrew Marr

Writers Workshop

Hay Festival 2005, 
The legendary essayist, screenwriter and poineer of confessional journalism is celebrated for her writing about American life and politics and about international affairs. 'My only advantage as a reporter is that I am so physically small that people tend to forget that my presence runs counter to their best interests.'

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Eddie Braben talks to Laurence Marks

Hay Festival 2005, 
The Book What I Wrote is the memoir of the man who wrote the classic scripts for Morecambe and Wise. A fond masterclass about Eric and Ernie and comedy.

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Jonathan Coe, Jonathan Foer, Zadie Smith

Penguin Breakfast 2

Hay Festival 2005, 
Celebrate the seventieth anniversary of the iconic paperback publishers with three stories from the Penguin roster.

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Meic Povey talks to Simon Harris

Sgript Cymru

Hay Festival 2005, 
The Welsh language playwright has begun an exciting and award-winning transition into writing English. The conversation will be illustrated with performed extracts from his recent English work: Three Women, Indian Country and his new play Life of Ryan ... and Ronnie, to be produced by Sgript Cymru.