Amanpour: Iván Duque, Tzipi Hotovely, Hilary Mantel and Helaine Olen
Iván Duque, Colombian President, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the ongoing anti-government protests taking place across his country. As the U.S. says it's dispatching a senior diplomat to the Middle East, Tzipi Hotovely, Israeli Ambassador to the UK, talks about the worsening violence between Israelis and Palestinian militants. Novelist Hillary Mantel discusses her new book, "The Mirror & the Light", the last her award-winning "Wolf Hall" trilogy, following the life and times of Thomas Cromwell. Michel Martin talks to Helaine Olen, Opinion Writer at The Washington Post, about the backsliding of gender equality during the pandemic.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
2 verhalen van Frans Pointl en Hilary Mantel over bedrog, gelezen door Bart Slegers en Esther Ymkje van Steenis
Uitgelezen Verhalen: acteurs lezen de mooiste verhalen voor
Dit is de bonus bij onze aflevering 26, met verhalen over bedrog. Hier hoor je acteur Bart Slegers die Frans Pointl voordraagt en een verhaal van Hilary Mantel, dat wordt gebracht door actrice Esther Ymkje van Steenis. Na elk verhaal: muziek van Floor Minnaert. In plaats van een theateravond krijg je nu bij elkaar anderhalf uur voordracht en schrijversinterview met Mensje van Keulen. Dat laatste zit in aflevering 26, waarin zij ook een eigen verhaal voorleest en Esther er een voor haar rekening neemt.In deze bonus kun je achtereenvolgens luisteren naar:Hartsgeheim - van Hilary Mantel, voorgelezen door Esther Ymkje van SteenisMuziek van Floor MinnaertCarrière - van Frans Pointl, voorgelezen door Bart SlegersMuziek van Floor MinnaertHeb je met plezier geluisterd? Deel dan sterren uit - of nog liever: schrijf een bespreking op onze pagina op podchaser.com. Wel even een account aanmaken...Deze aflevering is mede mogelijk gemaakt door:Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds OverijsselGemeente DeventerGemeente EnschedeAan deze aflevering werkten mee:Frans Pointl (postuum)Bart SlegersHilary MantelIne WillemsEsther Ymkje van SteenisFloor Minnaert schreef en speelde de muziek en leidde de podcast-opname in de studioDirkjan van Ittersum tekende voor de montage en de mastering van de podcastDe herkenningsmelodie is van Instant Classical - Amir Swaab en Sietse van GorkomPieter van Scherpenberg; samenstelling en presentatieDit is een productie van Stichting Uitgelezen Verhalen, Deventer
The first in a new series that discovers the story behind books which went on to become prize-winners, trail-blazers, or are now seen as modern classics. We speak exclusively with Dame Hilary Mantel and her editor, Nicholas Pearson, about Wolf Hall, the first part of her Cromwell trilogy which not only won the Booker Prize but set up a series of books that went on to become a unique cultural moment at their conclusion. We hear how plans for one book became three, what it felt like to win the Booker Prize, twice, and how she feels now looking back on a 15 year project. Featuring: Hilary Mantel, Nicholas Pearson, Bea Carvalho
Sharleen Spiteri, Katy Wix, Ore Oduba and Dame Hilary Mantel
The Graham Norton Podcast
Welcome back to week sixteen of The Graham Norton Radio Show with Waitrose!Graham and trusty accomplice Maria McErlane help with your dilemmas in Graham's Guide.This week:Texas' very own Sharleen Spiteri discusses her upcoming Texas album "Hi" and the brand new single "Mr Haze".Author Katy Wix shares her brand new memoir "Delicacy: A Memoir About Cake And Death".Broadcaster Ore Oduba gets us excited with his brand new upcoming role in the "Rocky Horror Show".Writer Dame Hilary Mantel gives us details in her final novel in her Wolf Hall Trilogy, "The Mirror and the Light".Graham will be back on your radio in The Graham Norton Radio Show with Waitrose on Saturday and Sunday from 09:30am on Virgin Radio UK.Be sure to subscribe to the podcast to hear all the highlights every week.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Three Authors Discuss Hilary Mantel's THE MIRROR AND THE LIGHT
It's Just Historical
I had a really wonderful chat with two of my favorite historical novelists! Anne Easter Smith, most recently author of This Son of York, along with five other books that take place in England during the Wars of the Roses; and Patricia Bracewell, author of the Emma of Normandy trilogy about Anglo Saxon Britain. The third volume, The Steel Beneath the Silk is out March 2! Both are published by Bellastoria Press.So here's the thing: We all agree that Hilary Mantel is a remarkable writer, but one of us didn't love The Mirror and the Light, the final book in the trilogy about Thomas Cromwell. The first two books were Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, which have been made into wonderful TV series starring Mark Rylance as Cromwell. Want to find out who thinks what? Listen!
Hilary Mantel, author of the Wolf Hall Trilogy, talks in depth to Michael Rosen about her life in writing and language. Producer Beth O'DeaAlso available to download as part of the Word of Mouth podcast.
Hilary mantel on “Mantel Pieces”, a collection of pieces she has written for the over the last 30 years on everyone from Marie Antoinette to Madonna .London Review of BooksSHOW NOTES: Nicole AbadeeWebsite: https://www.nicoleabadee.com.auFacebook: @nicole.abadeeTwitter: @NicoleAbadeeHilary Mantel Harper Collins "Mantel Pieces"Website: https://www.harpercollins.com.au/9780008429973/mantel-pieces-royal-bodies-and-other-writing-from-the-london-review-of-books/Facebook: @HilaryMantelAuthorTwitter: @Hilary_MantelInstagram: @#hilarymantelSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
16: Hilary Mantel: Giants and Ghosts; Books for Younger Readers
Books for Breakfast
Who are the people who keep a love of books alive in our city and in our communities? Our Toaster Challenge guest is Bernadette Larkin who has extensive experience in literature and arts education for children and young adults. Bernadette chats to us about books for young adults and, among other things, her role as project manager and curator of Our City Our Books, an initiative of Dublin City Council Culture Company. What books matter to you? Bernadette is eager to hear from readers about the books that matter to them. People are invited to send in their recommended reads and take part at https://www.ourcityourbooks.ie/Bernadette’s Toaster Challenge choice for young adult readers is Sarah Crossan’s novel Moonrise, published by Bloomsbury. She also talks about The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas and Mal Peet’sThe Family Tree while young reader Freya Sirr chats about a favourite of hers, Anna and the Swallow Man by Gavriel Savit. We also discuss Hilary Mantel's memoir Giving Up the Ghost and her novel The Giant, O’Brien.Intro/outro music: Colm Mac Con Iomaire, ‘Thou Shalt Not Carry’ from The Hare’s Corner, 2008, with thanks to Colm for permission to use it.Royalty free music from https://www.fesliyanstudios.comArtwork by Freya SirrTo subscribe to Books for Breakfast go to your podcast provider of choice (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google etc) and search for the podcast then hit subscribe or follow, or simply click the appropriate button above. If you want to be alerted when a new episode is released follow the instructions here for iPhone or iPad. For Spotify notifications follow the instructions here.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/books4breakfast)
Hilary Mantel, Electronic at The Design Museum, Ai Wei Wei, the future for the panto?
In the run-up to the announcement of the winner of the 2020 Women’s Prize for Fiction on the 9th of September, Front Row will be hearing from each of the six novelists on this year’s shortlist. We begin today with Hilary Mantel, whose novel The Mirror and the Light is the conclusion of her wildly acclaimed Thomas Cromwell series, which began with Wolf Hall in 2009. Ai Wei Wei’s latest work has opened to the public. The Chinese-born, Europe-based artist has created a piece for London’s Imperial War Museum which takes over the entire floorspace of the atrium, depicting The History of Bombs We heard this morning that theatres will have to wait until November to be told whey can re-open without social distancing. That will be too late to plan the lucrative pantomime season. We talk to Julian Bird of UK Theatre about what this means.Electronic at the Design Museum. Design Museum director Tim Marlow on recreating the thumping atmosphere of a nightclub for their new exhibition about electronic music, from Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers