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Best Faber Poetry podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Faber Poetry podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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The Faber Poetry Podcast is a twice-monthly podcast bringing together some of the most exciting voices from the world of poetry, curated, produced and presented by poets Rachael Allen and Jack Underwood.Whether you're a devotee or a newcomer to verse, join Rachael and Jack for lively conversation with their studio guests and audio postcards sent by acclaimed poets from around the globe.
Books and Authors
This podcast features Open Book and A Good Read. In Open Book Mariella Frostrup talks to authors about their work. In A Good Read Harriett Gilbert discusses favourite books.
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We can’t believe we’ve come to the end of our second series [sad face]... In this extended final episode, Jack and Rachael have fun chatting with guests Daljit Nagra and Nisha Ramayya in the studio and there are audio postcards from Aria Aber and Jericho Brown, as well as poems from our two presenters. Thank you to all our listeners – we hope y ...…
Kathy O'Shaughnessy talks to Mariella about her novel charting the life of George Eliot.By BBC Radio 4
Comedian Stewart Lee and DJ author Dave Haslam choose their good readsBy BBC Radio 4
Lisa Jewell and Aditya Chakrabortty talk all about books with Harriett Gilbert.By BBC Radio 4
Books worth reading chosen by actor John Gordon Sinclair and singer Kerry EllisBy BBC Radio 4
Andrew Michael Hurley talks to Mariella Frostrup about new folk horror novel Starve AcreBy BBC Radio 4
The University of East Anglia's Creative Writing MA turns 50.By BBC Radio 4
In the penultimate episode of the second series, Ilya Kaminsky and Sophie Robinson join Jack and Rachael in the studio to discuss, among other things, poems with ‘big dick energy’, the blurring of poetry with other literary forms and the tension between metaphor and the denial of metaphor. Audio postcards are from Daisy Lafarge, Anthony Anaxago ...…
Poorna Bell and Tony Law join Harriett Gilbert to talk about their favourite books.By BBC Radio 4
Emma Donoghue discusses her new novel Akin, plus a discussion of the best fiction spies.By BBC Radio 4
Edith Bowman and Harry Baker discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.By BBC Radio 4
Radiohead's bassist Colin Greenwood and comedian Joanne McNally recommend great books.By BBC Radio 4
Dana Czapnik discusses her debut The Falconer and two writers talk about the Black Death.By BBC Radio 4
Two acclaimed award-winners join Rachael and Jack in the studio in our fourth episode of the second series: the Pulitzer Prize-winning American poet Rae Armantrout and the Scottish poet Don Paterson, twice winner of the T. S Eliot Prize and recipient of all three Forward Poetry Prizes, the Costa Poetry Prize and the Queen's Gold Medal for Poetr ...…
Ann Patchett, Jia Tolentino and USA book picks with Jonathan Lee and Zack Graham.By BBC Radio 4
Robert Harris discusses his new novel and reflects on 30 years of writing fiction.By BBC Radio 4
Deborah Levy on her bestselling new novel, The Man Who Saw Everything.By BBC Radio 4
A special edition of Open Book from the Edinburgh International Book Festival.By BBC Radio 4
In this week’s episode, award-winning poets Fiona Benson and Julia Copus join Rachael and Jack in the studio and there are audio postcards from Morgan Parker, Bobby Parker and Wendy Cope. See here for the full show notes, author bios and links. Trigger warning: Please note that this episode’s second audio postcard features details relating to s ...…
Benjamin Myers on his latest The Offing, and Proust's In Search of Lost Time discussed.By BBC Radio 4
Colm Tóibín reflects on the fathers of Irish greats and US bestseller Mary Beth KeaneBy BBC Radio 4
In episode two of the new series, Rachael and Jack are joined in the studio by Mary Jean Chan and Rebecca Tamás to chat about recurring themes and preoccupations in their work – from fencing to the ecological world, the mother to the non-human. Audio postcards this week come from Paige Lewis, Peter Scupham and Matthew Dickman. Show notes, inclu ...…
David Nicholls on his new novel Sweet Sorrow and a reader's guide to Elizabeth HardwickBy BBC Radio 4
Pam Hogg and Mark Billingham choose their books worth reading.By BBC Radio 4
Award-winning poet Ocean Vuong discusses his debut novel On Earth We're Briefly GorgeousBy BBC Radio 4
Woo hoo we’re back! In the first episode of the new series, Rachael and Jack discuss typewriters, ‘poety’ backpacks, ruffles and codpieces (and much more) with their studio guests Joe Dunthrone and Will Harris and feature audio postcards from Simon Armitage, Heather Christle and Isabel Galleymore. For information about our featured poets, usefu ...…
Dolly Alderton and Clare Mackintosh talk about books they love to Harriett Gilbert.By BBC Radio 4
On the centenary of her birth Open Book celebrates the novels of Iris MurdochBy BBC Radio 4
Harriett Gilbert talks to Dom Joly and Kate Hamer about their favourite books.By BBC Radio 4
Mathew Baynton and Aasmah Mir choose favourite books to recommend to Harriett Gilbert.By BBC Radio 4
Will Eaves discusses Murmur, his award-winning novel about Alan TuringBy BBC Radio 4
Nicci Gerrard and Gary Younge join Harriett Gilbert to talk about their favourite books.By BBC Radio 4
Irish author Kevin Barry, winner of the Impac Award and the Goldsmiths Prize, discusses his new novel Night Boat to Tangier, a dark comedy billed as Waiting For Godot meets In Bruges.Novelist and journalist Molly Flatt, who writes about culture and technology for the Bookseller, discusses a growing trend for book versions of successful podcasts ...…
Cathy Newman and Jeffery Deaver discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.By BBC Radio 4
Carolina Setterwall and the pleasures of re-reading. With Mariella Frostrup.By BBC Radio 4
Kiri Pritchard-McLean and Hannah Peel share the books they love with Harriett Gilbert.By BBC Radio 4
Pajtim Statovci on his novel Crossing and we explore the work of Gerald MurnaneBy BBC Radio 4
Stephen Morris and Pippa Evans tell presenter Harriett Gilbert about books they love.By BBC Radio 4
Mia Couto and Wayétu Moore discuss two new African novels exploring colonialism and mythBy BBC Radio 4
Ben Smith and Julia Blackburn on Doggerland; Ghana's literary scene; Rosie PriceBy BBC Radio 4
Bernardine Evaristo discusses her polyphonic new novel Girl, Woman, Other.By BBC Radio 4
An exploration of the rich heritage and bright future of working class writing.By BBC Radio 4
Ali Smith on her new novel, Spring, Easter Eggs in fiction and books to live byBy BBC Radio 4
Damian Barr, Candice Carty Williams, Beckett's novels and Julián Fuks literary postcard.By BBC Radio 4
Taylor Jenkins Reid talks about her novel Daisy Jones & The Six. Also we discuss the best older characters in fiction and Reading Clinic suggests books for someone on death row.By BBC Radio 4
Nicola Walker and Sarah Ann Kennedy discuss their favourite books with Harriett Gilbert.By BBC Radio 4
Siri Hustvedt discusses her new novel Memories of the Future.By BBC Radio 4
Harriett Gilbert talks favourite books with the comedian and broadcaster Ayesha Hazarika and the cartoonist-author Martin Rowson. Ayesha chooses a novel from Italy: My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante. Martin picks Let's Kill Uncle by Rohan O'Grady, and Harriett's choice is In The Skin of A Lion by Michael Ondaatje.Producer: Eliza Lomas…
The actors Sarah Hadland (Miranda, That Mitchell and Webb Look) and Russell Tovey (Being Human, The History Boys) recommend favourite books to presenter Harriett Gilbert. Sarah's choice is French hit The Elegance of The Hedgehog. Russell's is Close Range: Brokeback Mountain, made into a film with Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal and Harriett's ...…
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