‘It’s our mission to show you just how deliciously wonderful eating plants can be. That’s why we exist. It’s what we do.’ Henry and Ian introduce their new cookbook, BISH BASH BOSH! which contains over 140 new, unmissable recipes from the creators of a plant-based revolution. We are massive food lovers, and we made the … Continued
A book like no other, They All Love Jack is the tale of a gripping quest to discover the identity of history’s most notorious murderer, Jack the Ripper. Here the author, the legendary writer and director Bruce Robinson, discusses his book. the Ripper and the excesses of Victorian London at Shakespeare and Co. bookstore in Paris.
In this fascinating interview on Malaysian radio station BFM 89.9, bestselling author Lionel Shriver discusses the recent US election, cultural appropriation and her recent novel The Mandibles: A Family 2027 – 2047.
From leading breakfast radio star Christian O’Connell comes Radio Boy, a brilliant and laugh-out-loud story of an ordinary boy with an extraordinary secret radio show (broadcast from his shed). Here the author joins us from his radio studio to tell us about his hilarious new book.
Bestselling author Wilbur Smith, author of the recently-published Predator and the soon-to-be-published Pharaoh, discusses the process of writing with Sir David Tang ahead of the Hong Kong Bookfair 2016.
Miranda Sawyer discusses the highs and lows of narcotic experimentation in your twenties in a funny but thought-provoking extract from her book on midlife crisis, Out of Time.
Published in June, ‘Foxlowe’ is a taut, atmospheric page-turner – perfect for fans of Emma Donoghue’s ‘Room’ and Helen Oyeyemi’s ‘White is for Witching’. Here Eleanor Wasserberg reads from her compulsive and chilling debut.
Do we know what happened before the Big Bang? Where is human consciousness located in the brain? And are there more undiscovered particles out there, beyond the Higgs boson? Marcus du Sautoy, Britain’s most famous mathematician reads from his thought-provoking new exploration of the furthest reaches of modern science, What We Cannot Know.