Event
starts at
Baillie Gifford StageOxfam MootLlwyfan Cymru – Wales StageHay Festival Foundation StageStarlight StageBBC TentCube
10:00          10:00
12. Big Debate programme broadcast LIVE from Hay
BBC Asian Network
 
10:15           
10:30           
10:45           
11:00             
11:15             
11:30        11:30
13. Charles Hewlings with Stephen Lewis, Gina Medcalf, Mali Morris RA and Naomi Van Holbutt
Randan Stables Gallery presents: Point of View 2019
   
11:45           
12:00           
12:15           
12:30             
12:45             
13:00        13:00
14. David Cannadine
The British Academy Platform 1: Churchill – The Statesman as Artist
13:00
424. BBC Radio Wales Arts Show: Arts and the Landscape
Nicola H Thomas, Gillian Clarke, Richard King, Mary-Ann Constantine, Celia Johnson, King Charles
 
13:15         
13:30         
13:45         
14:00             
14:15             
14:30        14:30
15. Tony Juniper
Spix’s Macaw: The Race to Save the World’s Rarest Bird
14:30
16. BBC Radio Wales: The Leak
Tom Price, Tony Law, Helen Monks, Clint Edwards
 
14:45         
15:00         
15:15         
15:30             
15:45             
16:00  16:00
17. Ian Kershaw
The British Academy Platform 2: Roller-Coaster – Europe, 1950–2017
16:00
18. Elizabeth Goldring
Nicholas Hilliard: Life of an Artist
16:00
19. Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and Daniel Davis
The Royal Society Platform 1: Who We Are, and Why
16:00
20. Helen Fulton, Geraint Evans, Gillian Clarke and Jon Gower
The Cambridge History of Welsh Literature
16:00
21. Free Thinking
BBC Radio 3
 
16:15   
16:30   
16:45   
17:00             
17:15             
17:30  17:30
24. Joan Smith talks to Nazir Afzal
Home Grown: How Domestic Violence Turns Men Into Terrorists
17:30
23. Dieter Helm talks to Tony Juniper
Green and Prosperous Land: A Blueprint for Rescuing the British Countryside
17:30
22. Michael Rosen
The Hay Public Library Dialogue: Word of Mouth
    17:30
25. Nujoom Alghanem, Paul Farley and Bill Swainson
A New Divan: A Lyrical Dialogue between East & West
17:45     
18:00     
18:15     
18:30             
18:45             
19:0019:00
26. Jo Brand talks to Stephanie Merritt
Born Lippy: How to Do Female
  19:00
27. Nicci Gerrard and Lavinia Greenlaw
What Dementia Teaches Us About Love: A Conversation and Reading
19:00
28. Danijela Zunec Brandt, Marina Mansilla, Rosa Lynas and David Woollcombe
Rescue Mission: Planet Earth 25
19:00
29. Mazen Maarouf and Dina Nayeri talk to Oliver Bullough
Literature Across Frontiers: We Are Here
19:00
30. Front Row Late
BBC Two
 
19:15   
19:30   
19:45   
20:00             
20:15             
20:30    20:30
33. Guy Leschziner talks to Daniel Davis
The Nocturnal Brain
20:30
32. Michael Fuller talks to Sarfraz Manzoor
Kill the Black One First
20:30
31. Mae Martin talks to Stephanie Merritt
Can Everyone Please Calm Down? A Guide to 21st Century Sexuality
   
20:45       
21:00       
21:15       
21:30             
21:4521:45
35. Marcus Brigstocke
Stand-up: Devil May Care
21:45
34. King Charles
King of the Road – Live at Hay
         
22:00         
22:15         
22:30         
22:45