Event
starts at
Baillie Gifford StageOxfam MootLlwyfan Cymru – Wales StageHay Festival Foundation StageStarlight StageBBC TentCubeScribblers HutThe Grove RestaurantSt Mary’s Church
08:00            08:00
412. Morning Iyengar Yoga Session 4
Wye Valley Yoga
     
08:15                 
08:30                 
08:45                 
09:00                   
09:15                   
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10:0010:00
166. Natalie Buttriss, Archie Miles, George Peterken and Sandi Toksvig
Woodlands Past and Future Forests
10:00
167. David Laws
Who Killed Kitchener?
10:00
HD26. Jeremy Strong
Armadillo and Hare
10:00
168. Henriette van der Blom
The Art of Political Rhetoric: Antiquity and Today
10:00
HD27. Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet
Barry the Fish with Fingers
10:00
169. BBC Sounds: Don’t Tell Me the Score
Simon Mundie, Nigel Owens
10:00
HD28. Discover Story Building
Bear Hunt
     
10:15     
10:30       
10:45       
11:00                   
11:15                   
11:3011:30
170. BBC – The Novels that Changed the World
11:30
172. Christopher Reynolds
Cambridge Series 6: Unravelling the Mysteries of Black Holes
11:30
HD29. Reimagined Fairytales with Jessie Burton
The Restless Girls
11:30
171. Daisy Dunn
In the Shadow of Vesuvius: A Life of Pliny
11:30
HD30. Ali Sparkes
Nightwalker
11:30
173. BBC Sounds: Classical Fix
Simon Mundie
11:30
HD31. Discover Story Building
Perfectly Norman
11:30
W53. HCA Illustration Workshop 1
Working with Nature
   
11:45   
12:0012:00
DT21. Ticket to Dine
Early Lunch
 
12:15 
12:30                 
12:45                 
13:0013:00
175. Bart van Es talks to Philippe Sands
The Cut Out Girl: A Story of War and Family, Lost and Found
13:00
176. Monisha Rajesh talks to Olivia Squire
Around the World in 80 Trains: A 45,000-Mile Adventure
13:00
174. Germaine Greer
Sappho
13:00
177. Bill Sutherland
Cambridge Series 7: Rethinking Decision-making in a Post-truth World
13:00
HD32. Onjali Q Raúf, Sita Brahmachari and Emma Taylor
Refugees: Realities and representations
13:00
178. Tonight at Hay
BBC Radio Wales
13:00
HD33. Discover Story Building
Bear Hunt
13:00
W55. HCA Illustration Workshop 2
Working with Nature
  13:00
179. Louis Schwizgebel (piano)
BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Recitals 2
13:15 
13:30   
13:45   
14:00                14:00
DT22. Ticket to Dine
Late Lunch
 
14:15                 
14:3014:30
HD34. Professor Robert Winston
Ask a Scientist
14:30
181. Mary Norris
Greek to Me
14:30
180. Miranda Seymour and Fiona Sampson
The Biographer’s Table
14:30
182. Linda Grant talks to Claire Armitstead
Fictions: A Stranger City
14:30
HD35. CLiPPA Poetry Award
Shortlist announcement
14:30
183. Beyond Belief: Faith and the Imagination
BBC Radio 4
14:30
HD36. Discover Story Building
Perfectly Norman
14:30
W57. HCA Illustration Workshop 3
Working with Nature
 
14:45 
15:00   
15:15   
15:30                   
15:45                   
16:0016:00
184. John Simpson talks to Oliver Bullough
Moscow, Midnight
16:00
187. Catherine Hanley
Matilda: Empress, Queen, Warrior
16:00
186. Thomas J Bollyky
Plagues and the Paradox of Progress: Why the World Is Getting Healthier in Worrisome Ways
16:00
185. Anthony Shillito and Neil Davies
Cambridge Series 8: A Path Well-trodden
16:00
HD37. Lauren St John and Piers Torday
Kat Wolfe Takes the Case and The Lost Magician
16:00
188. Tonight at Hay
BBC Radio Wales
  16:00
189. The Power of Poetry
Activity-based skills session for educators
   
16:15     
16:30     
16:45     
17:00                17:00
DT23. Ticket to Dine
Early Dinner
 
17:15                 
17:3017:30
191. Robin Ince talks to Stephanie Merritt
I’m a Joke and So Are You: A Comedian’s Take on What Makes us Human
17:30
190. Alf Dubs, Renate Collins, Josie Naughton and Barbara Winton
80 Years On, It’s Our Turn
17:30
192. Rosie Boycott, Hannah Critchlow, Fiona Fox, Bronwen Maddox and Magdalena Skipper
Nature 150 Platform: Separating Science Fact from Science Fiction
17:30
194. Richard Suggett
Hay Castle and Hay Lordship: Discovering and Dating the Buildings of a Medieval Frontier Society
17:30
193. Jon Anderson, Mary-Ann Constantine and Damian Walford Davies
Wales: A Tapestry of Literature and Landscape
17:30
195. More or Less
BBC Radio 4
     
17:45     
18:00       
18:15       
18:30                   
18:45                   
19:0019:00
196. Roger McGough
JoinedUpWriting
19:00
199. Angela Gallop talks to Oliver Balch
When the Dogs Don’t Bark: A Forensic Scientist’s Search for Truth
19:00
198. Lord Paul Boateng in conversation with Neil Pearson
The Book Aid International Platform
19:00
197. Tracy Chevalier and Deborah Moggach
Fictions: Going Dutch
19:00
200. Dawn Brooker, Richard Cheston, Jeremy Hughes, Keith Oliver and Tracey Williamson
Dementia: The Biggest Health Challenge of the 21st Century - University of Worcester
      19:00
DT24. Ticket to Dine
Dinner
 
19:15       
19:30       
19:45       
20:00                   
20:15                   
20:3020:30
201. Nish Kumar
It’s In Your Nature To Destroy Yourselves
  20:30
202. Paul Martin and Anja Shortland talk to Oliver Bullough
Badlands and Business
20:30
203. Jean Jenkins
Fashion - An Industry of Gross Exploitation
20:30
204. Michelle Paver and Damian Walford Davies
Fictions: Wakenhyrst and Docklands
         
20:45           
21:0021:00
205. Ezra Furman
Plays Hay
         
21:15         
21:30                 
21:45                 
22:00