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Five questions for... Samantha Baines

Comedian Samantha Baines talks to us about her first book for children, Harriet Versus The Galaxy, which features a young female protagonist whose hearing aid has very special capabilities.... Read more

Five questions for... Tim Marshall

Journalist and author Tim Marshall talks to us about the upcoming abridged and illustrated version of his bestselling book on geopolitics, Prisoners of Geography, which is aimed at... Read more

Five questions for... Alya Mooro

Cairo-born, London-raised journalist Alya Mooro talks to us about her first book The Greater Freedom, in which she examines life as a Middle Eastern woman outside... Read more

Five questions for... Marc Randolph

Netflix's co-founder and first c.e.o. Marc Randolph talks about his new book, in which he shares the inside story of the media start-up and the techniques... Read more

Five questions for... Kiran Millwood Hargrave

Award-winning author Kiran Millwood Hargrave talks to us about her reimagining of Dracula, The Deathless Girls.  ... Read more

Five questions for... Jemma Neville

Jemma Neville talks about her non-fiction debut, which explores real-life stories from one street in Edinburgh and reveals ideas, hopes and fears about today’s constitutional crisis. ... Read more

Seven questions for... David Baldacci

American thriller writer David Baldacci is releasing a new novel this month and then headlining literary festivals Bloody Scotland and Capital Crime in the autumn. He speaks to... Read more

Five questions for... Kit de Waal

Kit de Waal talks to us about her reimagining of Moby Dick, Becoming Dinah, which is the launch title for Orion Children’s Books’ new YA feminist series, Bellatrix. ... Read more

Nine questions for... author and poet David Constantine

Salford-born award-winning author and poet David Constantine discusses his work, and hopes for his forthcoming collection. Read more

Five questions for... Clare Mackintosh

Clare Mackintosh talks writing about her latest book, described as "a novel about what happens after the unthinkable”. Read more

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