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RTHK︰The MAN Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2006
 
RTHK Radio 3 collaborated with The MAN Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2006 as moderators of three discussion sessions and in a special series of interviews.
 
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RTHK: HK Literary Festival 2012
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The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2012 starts on 5 October. RTHK Radio 3 is proud to be a media partner once again. Over the nine days of the Festival, we'll be talking to many of the writers taking part, and moderating some of the events, and featuring everything we do on our Bookmarks book website.
 
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Podcasts – The Bookworm Literary Festival
 
Beijing | A Celebration of Literature & Ideas
 
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RTHK:The MAN HK International Literary Festival 2008
 
The 2008 Literary Festival drew some of the biggest names in modern writing to Hong Kong for an intense programme of talks, workshops, readings and literary lunches.
 
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The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2013
 
RTHK Radio 3 is proud to be a media partner of The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2013. Our presenters Noreen Mir and Reenita Malhotra Hora will be talking to authors from around the world about their writings and works. You also can hear highlights of some literary events and talks throughout the 11-day festival in our Bookmarks book website. Enjoy Reading! Happy Listening!
 
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RTHK:The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2011
 
RTHK Radio 3 is proud to present The Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2011. This year as usual, our presenters Sarah Passmore and Hugh Chiverton will talk to writers from around the world and discuss their work and writing. Happy Listening! Happy Reading!
 
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RTHK:2007 Hong Kong International Literary Festival
 
RTHK Radio 3 was the Radio Partner for "2007 Hong Kong International Literary Festival", and interviewed many of the authors who took part. Here are full versions, unheard on the radio, of those interviews and a discussion for you to download and listen to at your leisure.
 
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RTHK:The MAN HK International Literary Festival 2009
 
RTHK Radio 3 is the Radio Partner for the Festival, and will interview many of the authors who have participated in. Here are full versions, which only available in here. Listen to streaming versions or download to the portable devices at your leisure.
 
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RTHK:The MAN HK International Literary Festival 2008
 
The 2008 Literary Festival drew some of the biggest names in modern writing to Hong Kong for an intense programme of talks, workshops, readings and literary lunches.
 
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RTHK:2007 Hong Kong International Literary Festival
 
RTHK Radio 3 was the Radio Partner for "2007 Hong Kong International Literary Festival", and interviewed many of the authors who took part. Here are full versions, unheard on the radio, of those interviews and a discussion for you to download and listen to at your leisure.
 
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RTHK:The MAN HK International Literary Festival 2009
 
RTHK Radio 3 is the Radio Partner for the Festival, and will interview many of the authors who have participated in. Here are full versions, which only available in here. Listen to streaming versions or download to the portable devices at your leisure.
 
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RTHK︰The MAN Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2006
 
RTHK Radio 3 collaborated with The MAN Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2006 as moderators of three discussion sessions and in a special series of interviews.
 
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RTHK:The Man Hong Kong International Literary Festival 2010
 
 
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This Writing Life
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The Literary Festival You Can Enjoy In Your Bath: Interviews, Readings, Rambling Chat
 
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The Big Idea
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Our presenters Douglas Kerr, Vanessa Collingridge and guests explore the history, meaning and significance of ideas in contemporary society. ********************************************************************************* The whole series of the Big idea is available in our podcast station Podcast: Weekly update and available after its broadcast. ********************************************************************************* Douglas Kerr Douglas Kerr is Professor in the School of English ...
 
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ILF Dublin Podcast
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The International Literature Festival Dublin, founded in 1998, is Ireland’s premier literary event and gathers the finest writers in the world to debate, provoke, delight and enthral.
 
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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
 
“A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, biting, clutching, covetous old sinner” is hardly hero material, but this is exactly what makes A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens such an unforgettable book and its hero, Ebenezer Scrooge such an extraordinarily enduring character. In the book's celebrated opening scene, on the night before Christmas the old miser Ebenezer Scrooge sits in his freezing cold counting house, oblivious to the discomfort of his shivering young assistant Bob Cratchit. Scrooge ...
 
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Adelaide Writers' Week 2014
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Adelaide Writers Week is Australias largest and oldest literary festival, offering both writers and readers a unique opportunity to spend time sharing ideas and literary explorations in the beautiful Pioneer Women's Memorial Gardens. Each Writers Week includes six days of free panel sessions that are presented live in the gardens, along with a series of ticketed special events and the ever-popular free childrens program.
 
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Boston Book Festival
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Featuring the best audio content from the Boston Book Festival, New England's largest literary event, held annually in October in Boston's historic Copley Square.
 
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This Writing Life
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The Literary Festival You Can Enjoy In Your Bath: Interviews, Readings, Rambling Chat
 
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Ubud Writers & Readers Festival
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Southeast Asia’s most celebrated literary and artistic event, Ubud Writers & Readers Festival brings together the world’s leading authors, artists, thinkers and performers for five days of big ideas and extraordinary stories. In our podcast series, listen in to stories as told from the UWRF stage.
 
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RTHK: Hong Kong International Young Readers Festival 2012
 
Radio 3 is proud to be a radio partner of the Hong Kong International Young Readers Literary Festival 2012, the first English literary festival in Hong Kong especially for children under 14. The festival is held on 5 -18 March with award-winning writers and illustrators. Radio 3 will be covering events, interviewing authors and talking to participants.
 
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Mountains to Sea DLR Book Festival
 
Dún Laoghaire, South Dublin, Ireland has a remarkable literary heritage which includes James Joyce and Samuel Beckett, as well as a host of historical and contemporary authors. In recognition of this, Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council held the inaugural Mountains to Sea DLR Book Festival in September 2009.
 
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Litquake's Lit Cast
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Litquake is San Francisco's nine-day literary festival for booklovers, complete with cutting-edge panel discussions, unique cross-media events, and hundreds of readings. Litquake's Lit Cast is our selection of live recordings from the "Epicenter", a monthly series which embraces a theater of ideas between writers and readers. Hosted by Litquake co-founders Jack Boulware and Jane Ganahl. Musical theme by Joshua Raoul Brody.
 
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2017 Edinburgh International Book Festival
 
The Book Festival welcomed hundreds of authors from countries across the world to take part in over 900 events. Literary heavyweights joined popular bestsellers and talented newcomers in the Book Festival’s home, a specially-created tented village in central Edinburgh. They shared their stories with audiences, discussed the hot topics of the day and offered inspiring new perspectives on a vast range of subjects including globalisation, sport, feminism, music, Brexit, art, race, America, the ...
 
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Litfest.ie Podcast
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Litfest grew from a suggestion that was made by Geoffrey Dobbs, Founder of Galle Literary Festival… ‘Isn’t it about time Ballymaloe celebrated their literary tradition?’ After three generations of cookery books being published, Geoffrey had a point. It was about time Ballymaloe created a festival that celebrated food and wine writing.
 
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Adelaide Writers' Week 2013
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Adelaide Writers Week is Australias largest and oldest literary festival, offering both writers and readers a unique opportunity to spend time sharing ideas and literary explorations in the beautiful Pioneer Women's Memorial Gardens. Each Writers Week includes six days of free panel sessions that are presented live in the gardens, along with a series of ticketed special events and the ever-popular free childrens program.
 
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Radio Boredcast
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1 – 31 March 2012Online 24 hours each day, avfestival.co.uk / thepixelpalace.orgRadio Boredcast is a 744-hour continuous online radio project, curated by artist Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) with AV Festival 12. In response to our ambiguous relationship with time - do we have too much or not enough? - Radio Boredcast celebrates the detail, complexity and depth of experience lost through our obsession with speed.The full list of participants in Radio Boredcast with new and exclusive recordin ...
 
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Citizen Lit
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Citizen Lit is about extending the conversation beyond the writer. Each week this literary podcast explores what it means to be an active member of the writing world through reviews, interviews, and recorded performances. Art is about connection and engagement—how the work speaks to us and how we respond back. From writers to publishers, to venues and festivals, Citizen Lit is your weekly invitation to share your voice and join the conversation.
 
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F. Omar Telan
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SILLY BIO: Born in Philadelphia and educated at Emerson College, F. Omar Telan has directed at La Mama ETC; performed at the Dodge Poetry Festival, PS122, the Philippine Embassy; published in a Gathering of the Tribes, Apiary Magazine, 225 Plays from Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind.SERIOUS BIO:F. Omar Telan attributes his lack of literary success on his slothfulness. With the imagined rejections of thousands of unsent submissions, Omar day dreams of winning many literary awards. Born ...
 
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Irena Tomažin - ZVO.ČI.TI (So.und.ing) 2010
 
IRENA TOMAŽIN (text by: Luka Zagoričnik)Dancer, choreographer, performer, actress, philosopher, and vocalist Irena Tomažin made her first appearance in the area of music with the group Kapricjoke, which appeared also in the Concert Marathon organised by Radio Student. However, her most noteworthy debut presentation in the field of sound was made with a solo recital iT for voice and voice recorders, in which Tomažin ingeniously weaves the story through the primary human instrument – the voice ...
 
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Radio New Zealand - All Programmes
 
Australian Ursula Dubosarsky writes for children and young adults. She is the winner of nine Premier's Literary Awards and the Children's Book Council of the Year Award. She has also been nominated, for the sixth time, for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (2018), the world's largest children's literature award administered by the Swedish Arts ...…
 
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West Texas Talk - Interviews from Marfa Public Radio
 
On this episode of West Texas Talk, Elise sits down with author and Lannan Fellow Emily Raboteau. Raboteau is the author of a novel, The Professor’s Daughter (Henry Holt) and a work of creative nonfiction, Searching for Zion (Grove/Atlantic), named a best book of 2013 by The Huffington Post and The San Francisco Chronicle, a finalist for the Hu ...…
 
This episode of State of the Arts NYC we have Krista R. Bradley, Director of Programs and Resources at APAP. And we have Antonio Monda, writer and the Artistic Director of the Rome Film Festival and the international literary festival Le Conversazioni . We also have joining us Michele Rosewoman, Jazz Artist and who has been commissioned by Cham ...…
 
Johnny Longfellow is the editor of the online poetry sites, BAD ACID LABORATORIES, INC, https://badacidlaboratories.wordpress.com/ and Midnight Lane Boutique https://midnightlanegalleryii.wordpress.com/. His own poetry has appeared in a variety of small press journals, including The Barefoot Muse, The Blue Mountain Review, The Five Two, The Lit ...…
 
Eric Trules- Eric Trules is a native of New York City and has been a professional in the performing, literary, and filmic arts for almost 5 decades. He began his professional artistic career as a modern dancer with Shirley Mordine’s Dance Troupe in residence at Columbia College Chicago in 1970, and then co-founded Mo Ming, the nationally renown ...…
 
Welcome to episode 37 of the Lesbian Book Club with UK author Clare Lydon as she interviews US-based author Annette Mori whose novel “Locked Inside” won a Goldie award in 2016 for Contemporary Romance – the biggest prize in lesfic! But that’s just one of a number of books Annette’s written, her latest being “The Thanksgiving Baby Caper”. Annett ...…
 
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Southbank Centre: Artists, Thinkers, Writers
 
Kevin Powell is one of the most acclaimed political, cultural, literary and hip-hop voices in America today. He is the author or editor of 13 books, including his critically-acclaimed autobiography, The Education of Kevin Powell: A Boy’s Journey into Manhood."We cannot get to the route of this situation, this crisis, of what it is to be a man, ...…
 
Alia Malek, photo by Peter van Agtmael Alia Malek is the author of The Home that was Our Country: A Memoir of Syria, in which she she weaves the personal history of her family – particularly her maternal grandmother – and offers insights from Damascus. In 1970, her grandmother’s flat was occupied by a (legal) tenant who refused to leave. In the ...…
 
Transcript: So, Daniel is, sort of, the primo example of it and a lot of people today when they're talking about what it's like to live a faithful presence they say, "Well, we should look to Daniel as an example of guidance for us." But, I think that's too optimistic. Because, if you look at what happened to Daniel, Daniel was taken into exile ...…
 
In Looking In: Experiences Through the Ages, Nicole and Iain discuss two multi-arts events at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival: Six O'clock in Princes Street and Neu! Reekie! Named after the famous Wilfred Owen poem, Six O'clock in Princes Street was a night of poetry and performance in the stunning setting of Edinburgh Castle's Great H ...…
 
Anna West Anna West is a doctoral student in the English Department at LSU, where she concentrates in the area of critical youth studies, poetry, and performance. She was the founding director of WordPlay Writing Project in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and the former director of Young Chicago Authors, winner of the 2010 National Arts and Humanities Y ...…
 
Anna West Anna West is a doctoral student in the English Department at LSU, where she concentrates in the area of critical youth studies, poetry, and performance. She was the founding director of WordPlay Writing Project in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and the former director of Young Chicago Authors, winner of the 2010 National Arts and Humanities Y ...…
 
Welcome to episode 36 of the Lesbian Book Club with UK author Clare Lydon as she interviews fellow UK author Wendy Hudson who’s just released her second crime-thriller “Mine To Keep”. Her debut novel “Four Steps” won a Goldie award for Best Debut Novel in 2016 and she talks about setting her books in Scotland, how to create a character that rea ...…
 
The Frostburg State University Center for Literary Arts, in partnership with the Allegany County Library System, is excited to announce that the eleventh annual Western Maryland Indie Lit Festival is scheduled for Oct. 13 & 14 on Main Street in Frostburg. The event brings together editors and publishers with writers and educators of the local c ...…
 
Wordfest CEO Shelley Youngblut discusses the upcoming literary festival as well her extensive career in the publishing world as a writer and editor.
 
Clint Smith is a writer, teacher, and doctoral candidate in Education at Harvard University with a concentration in Culture, Institutions, and Society. He is a recipient of the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship with research interests that include mass incarceration, the sociology of racism, and the history of U.S. ineq ...…
 
Clint Smith is a writer, teacher, and doctoral candidate in Education at Harvard University with a concentration in Culture, Institutions, and Society. He is a recipient of the National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship with research interests that include mass incarceration, the sociology of racism, and the history of U.S. ineq ...…
 
Bright joins the ATW team for this week's episode 0:38: We meet our guest, talk favourite teams and his work. 2:05: Is Harry Kane world class? The team share their opening thoughts. 8:30: The debate rages on as the team look to define the criteria for what makes a player 'world class'. 14:27: Does a playing system or/and team tactics help boost ...…
 
Welcome to episode 35 of the Lesbian Book Club with UK author Clare Lydon as she interviews fellow UK author Emma Nichols whose debut novel “Finding You” was released in July, and her follow up “Remember Me” just two weeks later. Both books shot to the top of the charts all around the globe at breathtaking speed and Emma talks about her runaway ...…
 
Finally for September we have the Q&A. Cheryl Morgan talked to Chloe about hitting people with big swords and her job in the heritage industry. She talked to Anna about epic poetry, studying ancient history, and whether she had any advice for Chloe about getting published. Then Justin Newland asked a philosophical question about history and we ...…
 
Finally for September we have the Q&A. Cheryl Morgan talked to Chloe about hitting people with big swords and her job in the heritage industry. She talked to Anna about epic poetry, studying ancient history, and whether she had any advice for Chloe about getting published. Then Justin Newland asked a philosophical question about history and we ...…
 
Winner of 16 festival awards - from Audience Choice to Best Feature/Actress/Music and Screenplay - YEAR BY THE SEA chronicles empty-nester Joan Anderson’s (Karen Allen) decision not to follow her relocated husband to Kansas. Instead, she retreats to Cape Cod to rediscover herself and redefine her life. Plagued with guilt, she questions her deci ...…
 
Welcome to episode 34 of the Lesbian Book Club with UK author Clare Lydon as she interviews US author Kate Christie who’s written many books including "Training Ground", "Game Time", “In The Company Of Women” and "Gay Pride And Prejudice". Her books take in romance, the army, and soccer, and in this interview we get the nitty gritty on Kate’s w ...…
 
This week Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc in Houston, TX Louisiana. The folks in these areas need help and relief efforts need money. Please consider donating any amount of money to support hurricane relief efforts. Pray for them and make a financial donation. This episode is going to be a mash up of sorts: a summer goals recap, August affirmati ...…
 
This month's novel is Married Quarters by Shane Connaughton. Books Editor Martin Doyle interviewed him at the West Cork Literary Festival.By features@irishtimes.com (The Irish Times).
 
Today I’m talking with Australian author John Birmingham about his journey from the dizzying heights of the traditional publishing scene, to deciding to go indie and hybrid and his insights into how the publishing industry has changed. It’s an honest and really fascinating interview. In the intro, I talk about how we can deal with the political ...…
 
TCN8 features Juan F. Thompson, Author & son of Hunter S. Thompson. It’s our last content from GonzoFest 2017 -- the literary and music festival celebrating the work of Hunter, in Louisville, KY. While this was a significant milepost for our trip, and we’ve enjoyed sharing this content first - it’s actually a bit of a departure from the rest of ...…
 
Today, we traveled to Jackson for the MS Book Festival’s 3rd annual “Literary Lawn Party” We spoke with Tracy Carr with the MS Library Commission, Richard Howorth, owner of Square Books Oxford, cookbook author & chef, Martha Foose and gospel-blues and southern soul singer-songwriter Devon Gilfillian.…
 
Recorded live at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, a discussion with this year’s winners of Britain’s oldest literary awards. Eimear McBride, winner of the fiction prize for The Lesser Bohemians, talks about her modernist novel, set in the bedsits and fraught headspaces of 1990s London. Laura Cumming, winner of the biography prize for ...…
 
Hostage (Drawn + Quarterly) Join award-winning cartoonist Guy Delisle (Pyongyang, Jerusalem, Shenzhen, Burma Chronicles) for the launch of his highly anticipated, non-fiction page-turner: Hostage. Set in the Caucasus region in 1997, Hostage tells the true story of Doctors Without Borders administrator Christophe Andre who was held captive for o ...…
 
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