Doc RefBP/1/47/5/1
Tree Ref (Click this to browse the collection catalogue)BP/1/47/5/1
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TitleFour Colman Getty audio visual material
Introduction - Joe Haddow, Producer of the Radio 2 Book Club, introduces the podcast series. Lasts approximately 2 minutes.
Episode 1 - Joe Haddow talks to: writer and comedian Viv Groskop about the 2014 winning novel, 'The Narrow Road to the Deep North'; Andrew Newberg about the publication of Harper Lee's novel 'Go Set a Watchman'; and Louise Doughty about her experiences as a former judge of the prize. Lasts approximately 23 minutes.
Episode 2 - Joe Haddow talks to: judges Michael Wood and Sam Leith about the 2015 longlist; author Sarah Waters about her latest novel 'The Paying Guests'; Chris White, fiction buyer for Waterstones, about the Bookclub; and author Paul Ewing about former prize winners. Lasts approximately 31 minutes.
Episode 3 - Joe Haddow talks to: longlisted authors Marlon James and Anna Smaill; Jen Campbell, bookseller; and former judge David Baddiel. Lasts approximately 40 minutes.
Episode 4 - Joe Haddow talks to: poet George Szirtes and Festival Director Nick Barley at the Edinburgh International Book Festival; writer and broadcaster Natalie Haynes about female characters created by male authors; and musician Ana Matronic (of band Scissor Sisters) about writers that have inspired her. Lasts approximately 39 minutes.
Episode 6 - Joe Haddow talks to: 2014 winner Richard Flanagan; Comedian Jenny Eclair about new book 'Moving'; Francesca Brown, Books Editor at Stylist magazine, about the shortlist; and a quiz on classic opening sentences. Lasts approximately 43 minutes.
Shortlist episode - Joe Haddow takes a look at the shortlist, and talks to: judges Ellah Allfrey and John Burnside; former prize winner Dame Penelope Lively; presenter Rick Edwards; and Man Group CEO Manny Roman. Lasts approximately 50 minutes.
Winner episode - Joe Haddow reports from the Guildhall and talks to guests at the award ceremony, and the winning author Marlon James. Lasts approximately 32 minutes.
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