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Wales Book of the Year 2005

Hay Festival 2005, 
The announcement introducing the six shortlisted writers (three in English, three in Welsh) who wil be appearing. Simultaneous translation will be available. Hosted by Francesca Rhydderch.

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Alfredo Bryce Echenique y Fernando Ampuero en conversación con Germán Coronado

Arequipa 2016, 
El escritor peruano Alfredo Bryce Echenique figura entre los autores más destacados de la literatura latinoamericana contemporánea. Es autor de Un mundo para Julius, obra que le consagró internacionalmente como escritor. Ha recibido numerosas distinciones a lo largo de su carrera, como el Premio Planeta 2002 por la obra El huerto de mi amada. Durante años ha compaginado su vida literaria con la docencia, trabajando como profesor en universidades de prestigio como La Sorbona y Yale. Fernando Ampuero es escritor, periodista y dramaturgo. En conversación con el editor Germán Coronado.

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Peter Florence en conversación con Irene Zegarra-Ballón Quintanilla

La gran aventura del Hay Festival

Arequipa 2016, 
Peter Florence (Reino Unido) y su padre, Norman Florence, fundaron en 1988 la organización Hay Festival, que a través de festivales y eventos celebra lo mejor de la cultura y las artes internacionales, con presencia en países como el Reino Unido, donde atrae a más de 200,000 visitantes, España, Irlanda, México, Colombia o Perú. Florence dirige los Hay Festivals y además asesorar y coordina muchos otros festivales y eventos, todos dedicados a celebrar la cultura y el intercambio.

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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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Tanni Grey Thompson

Hay Festival 2005, 
Britain's greatest  Paralympian, made Dame in the new year's honours, talks to Nicola Heywood Thomas.

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Belonging

Dhaka 2014, 
Ten years in the making, Munem Wasif's book on old Dhaka makes its debut in Bangladesh. He discusses the changing urban landscape with architect Salauddin Ahmed Patash, and photographer Shahidul Alam.

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Tony Lewis

Taking Fresh Guard

Hay Festival 2004, 
England Cricket Captain, Test Match Special commentator, MCC President and Chairman of large parts of Wales' establishment: the gifted raconteur tells the tales.

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Rageh Omaar and Gavin Hewitt

Hay Festival 2005, 
The two frontliners discuss their work in the Middle East, the limits of what can be broadcast, issues of neutrality, and extremes of reporting in war zones.

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Pato Fernández Chadwick, Ed Vulliamy y Pedro Salinas en conversación con Marco Zireli

Arequipa 2015, 

En torno al ensayo de investigación hablarán Patricio Fernández Chadwick, fundador y editor del semanario The Clinic, de carácter satírico y el de mayor lectura en su país; Ed Vulliamy, periodista británico —ganador del Amnesty International Media Award— que trabaja para The Observer y The Guardian, experto en el conflicto bosnio y autor de Améxica, y el escritor y periodista Pedro Salinas, que publicó recientemente Mitad monejes, mitad soldados, una investigación sobre el Sodalicio.Modera la charla el periodista Marco Zileri.

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Cerrie Burnell

The Girl with the Shark’s Teeth

Hay Festival 2019, 

Celebrated children’s author and former CBeebies presenter Cerrie Burnell presents her magical novel The Girl with the Shark’s Teeth. Meet Minnow, a seafaring girl with an incredible underwater ability, who goes on a journey from Brighton to Iceland to Barbados with her friend Raife on a mission to rescue her mother. Follow the call of the wild deep and be immersed in an event with mermaids, sharks and a magical mystery to be solved. Cerrie will share fascinating shark facts, reveal her top storytelling tips, and inspire children to go on their own creative writing adventures.

9+

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Matt d’Ancona, Olivia Cole and Fintan O'Toole

The Tortoise Think-In: Is the media broken?

Hay Festival 2019, 
Start the day with this special event – modelled on a newsroom meeting – and join Matthew d'Ancona, an Editor at the pioneering new 'slow news' digital venture, Tortoise, and other experts to discuss the future of media, fake news, the decline of trust and what to do about it. Not a traditional panel debate: this your chance to speak up and play your part in Tortoise journalism.

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Alonso Cueto en conversación con Pedro Llosa Vélez

Arequipa 2015, 
Alonso Cueto es un reconocido escritor peruano. Entre sus obras se encuentran El tigre blanco (1985), Premio Viracocha del Grupo Editorial Planeta, y La hora azul (2005), ganadora del Premio Herralde. Ha publicado recientemente La pasajera, un thriller que indaga en la violencia política. Ambos autores conversarán con el escritor Pedro Llosa Vélez.

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Arnold Wesker

All About Love

Hay Festival 2004, 
In this forth performance the playwright reads his libretto Grief, the three short monologues The Four Seasons, and the classic Love Letters on Blue Paper. 

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Benjamin Zephaniah and Oi Va Voi

Hay Festival 2004, 
The dynamic and brilliant dub poet performs his adult, reggae-driven poetry in the first half, and then the cult fusion band parties after the interval. Oi Va Voi draw on the disparate musical experiences including traditional klezmer performances, DJing out leftfield jazz, Latin and drum and bass.

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David and Ben Crystal

Shakespeare Miscellany

Hay Festival 2005, 
The cult Linguistics Prof and his actor son work out their issues with Shakespeare, balancing scholarship and showbiz, language and passion: classic Crystal.

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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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William Nicholson

A&B Filmmakers Series: The Screenwriter 2

Hay Festival 2005, 
Conversation with the brilliantly entertaining screenwriter of Shadowlands, Life Story and the Oscar-winning Gladiator, whose new love-at-first-sight novel The Trial of True Love has just been published.

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Pep Durán

Xalapa 2014, 
Librero desde 1970 y trajinante de cuentos, Pep Durán está especializado en contar álbumes ilustrados para niños y adultos. Su trabajo en el ámbito de la promoción de la lectura ha sido galardonado con el Premio Nacional al Fomento de la Lectura del Ministerio de Cultura Español, entre otros. En este evento, Pep contará varios cuentos acompañado de sus maletas, siempre llenas de tesoros y secretos.
Evento para niños de los albergues del DIF

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Storytelling in the Digital Age

Dhaka 2014, 
Shahidul Alam provides insights into the craft of storytelling through pictures in this digital age.

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The Antonius Players with Louis de Bernieres

An evening of Medieval and Renaissance Music and Poetry

Hay Festival 2004, 
The consort will play flute trios and will also play keyboard, percussion, piccolo, mandolin and guitar music by T,Susato, T Campion, Henry VIII, T.Weelkes, G Mainerio and others. The writer and musician de Bernieres will read work by Petrarch, Michaelangelo, Jonson, Drayton, the words to Greensleeves and the T.Champion song 'Shall I come sweet love to thee'. The Antonius Players are Ilone Antonius, Sue Sabin and Tina Gandy.

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James Hawes, Robert Lewis, Charlie Williams

New Fiction

Hay Festival 2005, 
Hawes introduces his satire Speak for England. Lewis talks about his blackest of black comedies The Last Llanelli Train. Williams' hero gets ensnared in the crap town Mangel in his novel Fags and Lager.

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Garth Nix

Hay Festival 2005, 
The Australian fantasy superstar entertains with tales from the third book in the Keys to the Kingdom series, Drowned Wednesday, in which our hero, Arthur Penhaligon, finds himself on an adventure that will pit him against pirates, storms, explosions of Nothing-laced gunpowder and a vast and ever-hungry beast.
(Age 10-14)

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Hilary Spurling

A Life of Henri Matisse

Hay Festival 2005, 
The Conquest of Colour, 1909-1954, the concluding volume of Spurling's magisterial biography situates the serenity, sensuality and radiance of the later work within the context of family trauma and the wreckage of World War II. Illustrated lecture.

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Teju Cole, Lucho Lama and Natalia Majluf in conversation with Carlo Trivelli

On photography

Arequipa 2017, 

The novels and essays on art and photography of Teju Cole (United States/Nigeria) have been praised by publications such as The New York Times, The Guardian and Time magazine. In his most recent work, Blind Spot, Cole plays with a mixture of photography and text. Natalia Majluf is an art historian and director of the Museo de Arte de Lima. Lucho Lama is a curator and art critic for the El Comercio newspaper. These three experts will talk to Carlo Trivelli about the art of photography in contemporary culture.

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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.