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Best Denis Talbot podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Denis Talbot podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Bloody brilliant Scottish crime writing! The Tartan Noir Show is a new literary podcast hosted by Theresa Talbot, celebrating the world’s best crime writing and storytelling. Featuring live event recordings, one-on-one interviews and exclusive readings from crime writing giants including Val McDermid, Ian Rankin and Christopher Brookmyre. Listen to this gripping and informative podcast for mesmerising character-based stories and backstage access to the world of Scottish crime writing.
 
AuthorVoices on Air is presented by Partridge Singapore, a leading provider of services to help authors publish, promote, and sell their books around the world. Partridge Singapore works closely with authors and provides a full spectrum of support. Join host Praphan Nawrat LIVE every Sunday at 1-2 AM Eastern (11 AM – 12 NN Singapore time) to hear the latest interviews by today’s authors!
 
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In this final episode of the first series, we take you on a quick trip to the South of France with a brief dalliance in Minnesota. Critically acclaimed, international best seller, Peter May, joins Theresa Talbot from his home in France. He talks about his brand new book, Lockdown, written 15 years ago about a global pandemic which closes London dow…
 
We get a bit distracted this week with discussions on embracing the grey and best hair products! But there's also plenty of chat about representation of the working class in crime fiction, Edgar Allan Poe who went to school in Ayrshire and the appeal of true crime, amongst many other topics. Denise picks New York Times best-selling writer Brian McG…
 
We discover how it’s possible to break out of a career in accountancy to become an award-winning crime writer! Abir Mukherjee has recently been nominated for the Theakston’s Old Peculiar Crime Novel of the Year for his third Sam Wyndham novel, Smoke and Ashes, set in the Raj era of India. It has also been chosen by the Sunday Times as one of the to…
 
We love the description of Helen on her website. She’s just recently been nominated for the Theakston’s Old Peculiar Crime Novel of the year (for the second time). The former social worker, who worked with sex offenders, admits to drawing on her experience to form some of her characters and stories. In this episode, we find out more about growing u…
 
We made a discovery this week - the term ‘Cops’ may well have originated in Scotland and crossed the Atlantic to America! So says our guest this week - Scottish best-selling writer Denzil Meyrick, the creator of the DCI Jim Daley series. Jerimah’s Bell is the 8th in the DCI Daley series (released: June 2020). Denzil tells Theresa about his setting …
 
It won’t have come as a big surprise to hear that the 2020 Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival has been cancelled. September may seem like a while away, and there was a hope that it might have gone ahead, but it was announced this week that this would not be the case because of the coronavirus pandemic. We got in touch with the Fes…
 
The Tartan Noir Show goes to rural North-East Fife to meet James Oswald on his farm (the size of quite a number of football pitches). James talks about splitting his time between looking after livestock and writing at night. His 55 Highland cattle keep him busy during the day and Inspector Tony McLean keeps him occupied at night. James recommends '…
 
Usually, our guest has one book coming out. But not Caro Ramsay - she has six! She explains why. Caro joins us from her home, ‘Spooky Towers’, and we hear about Agnes the ghostly resident who is keen on project managing the builders who are carrying out renovations to the beautiful period building. There’s lots of chat about books, including Caro’s…
 
Douglas Skelton drops by - helped by the power of ‘social distancing remote recording’ - to chat with Theresa Talbot about many things, including: his varied career, his second book in the Rebecca Connolly series, The Blood is Still, and his recommended book, The Devil Aspect, by Craig Russell. We also get to meet Mickey the dug who joins in from a…
 
The Tartan Noir Show takes social distancing to a whole new level by connecting (down under) with award winning Scottish author and academic Liam McIlvanney. Theresa Talbot talks to him about teaching Tartan Noir in New Zealand, how he grew up with books and why Glasgow is a great character in crime fiction. We also hear from Chris Brookmyre and Mi…
 
What better way to begin The Tartan Noir Show than with The Queen of Crime, Val McDermid? Theresa Talbot talks to Val about her new book, which is not about crime and death, but about hope! 'Imagine a Country' is a collection of essays by prominent Scots, edited by Val and geographer, Jo Sharp. But, not straying from crime fiction for too long, Val…
 
An exclusive preview of The Tartan Noir Show: a brand new Scottish crime writing podcast, hosted by author and broadcaster Theresa Talbot! Subscribe now ahead of the release of the first full episode on Wednesday 1st April. Keep up to date with the show on Twitter: @TBLTartanNoir For more information, visit: www.thebiglight.com/thetartannoirshow Se…
 
Bloody brilliant Scottish crime writing! The Tartan Noir Show is a new literary podcast hosted by Theresa Talbot, celebrating the world’s best crime writing and storytelling. Featuring live event recordings, one-on-one interviews and exclusive readings from crime writing giants including Val McDermid, Ian Rankin and Christopher Brookmyre. Listen to…
 
Author Voices On Air Singapore order of interviews for the 2/14/16 show: 1:00-2:00 AM US EST 11 AM – 12 NN Singapore time 1. “Charcoal Portraits from Photographs”; by Talbot Cox 2. “The Agony of Life: The Memoir of the Innocent One”; by Dr. Kenneth Enyi 3. “Breathing Poison: Smoking, Pollution and the Haze”; by Anthony Rebuck…
 
Author Voices On Air Singapore order of interviews for the 12/6/15 show: 1:00-2:00 AM US EST 11 AM – 12 NN Singapore time 1. “A Person’s True Vaocation”; by Vincent Li 2. “Rekindling of Hope”; by Doug Lavers 3. “It’s not the 14th Century, It’s the 21st: The Changing Saudi Society”; by Ahmad Q. Al Darwish…
 
Author Voices On Air Singapore order of interviews for the 3/15/15 show: 1:00-2:00 AM US EST 11 AM – 12 NN Singapore time 1. “Health In Saudi Arabia Vol.two”; by Zohair A Sebai 2. “The Surviving Twins”; by Dr. Sunny Oby Maduka 3. “Building Refurbishment – How Commercial Building Owners Increase Their Real Estate Value: Special Case Studies of Singa…
 
Author Voices On Air Singapore order of interviews for the 3/8/15 show: 1:00-2:00 AM US EST 11 AM – 12 NN Singapore time 1. “The Surviving Twins”; by Dr. Sunny Oby Maduka 2. “Building Refurbishment – How Commercial Building Owners Increase Their Real Estate Value: Special Case Studies of Singapore Marina Bay Area and Orchard Road”; by Josh Ng 3. “H…
 
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