Tagged: David Olusoga

Olusoga writes foreword for Hodder reissue of Equiano's classic memoir

David Olusoga has written a new foreword for Hodder & Stoughton reissue of Black history classic The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, more than... Read more

MCB releasing two new versions of Olusoga's Black and British

Macmillan Children's Books is releasing two new editions of Black and British, the book by historian and broadcaster Professor David Olusoga which was originally published by Macmillan’s... Read more

Beard, Olusoga and Keyes feature in BBC's Hay line up

Mary Beard, David Olusoga and Marian Keyes are among the names featuring on the BBC's Tent line-up for the 31st Hay Festival this summer.... Read more

Pictures of the week

This week's star-studded pictures round-up features World Book Day, Rebel Girls, a 90th birthday and a Picador showcase.  Read more

Olusoga, O’Farrell and Shukla to appear at Bath Festival

David Olusoga, Maggie O’ Farrell and Nikesh Shukla are some of the authors on the line-up for the Bath Festival 2018, curated by artistic directors Alex Clark, David Jones and... Read more

Profile signs Civilisations books from Mary Beard and David Olusoga

Profile Books is to publish two books tying into a "major" new BBC2 series, "Civilisations", presented by Simon Schama, Mary Beard and David Olusoga.... Read more

Olusoga scoops PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize

David Olusoga has won the PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize 2017 for Black and British: A Forgotten History (Macmillan). Read more

Two major Olusoga histories for Pan Mac

Pan Macmillan has acquired two new history books from award-winning historian and television presenter David Olusoga. Read more

'Satisfying' PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize shortlist revealed

The PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize 2017 shortlist celebrating the best non-fiction on any historical subject has been announced. Read more

Orwell Prize for Books longlists Alderman and Matar

PRH authors Naomi Alderman and Hisham Matar have been longlisted for this year's Orwell Prize for Books, a £3,000 prize celebrating "the most compelling" political writing of 2016.... Read more

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