95: Untold histwory - the power of forgotten stories - with Kate Mosse
The Hobcast Book Show
Kate Mosse is one of the UK's most celebrated authors. Her Languedoc Trilogy of novels which began with the multi-million selling Labyrinth brought her worldwide recognition, but she was a hugely influential figure in publishing before that, co-founding The Women's Prize for Fiction, now entering its 28th year and recognised as one of the most prestigious literary awards in the world. Kate is no stranger to non-fiction either, joining us on The Hobcast Book Show during a break in promoting her latest book, Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries: How Women (Also) Built The World. This is a fascinating interview with one of the most influential authors of our time. Also, this week, Adrian and Rebecca discuss how economic factors are hitting the big tech players like Amazon and Facebook, and how that could impact on the publishing industry. https://www.katemosse.co.uk/ Labyrinth (katemosse.co.uk) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Warrior-Queens-Quiet-Revolutionaries-Women-ebook/dp/B0B252P4TJ
Kate Mosse - Warrior Queens and Quiet Revolutionaries
How To Academy Podcast
Kate Mosse has dedicated her life to promoting women’s stories – through her award-winning fiction, plays and essays, the creation and leadership of the Women’s Prize for Fiction, and most recently, her phenomenally successful social media campaign, #WomanInHistory.In conversation with the writer Erica Wagner, she joins the podcast to share the stories of women whose incredible achievements helped build the world, and yet have been routinely omitted from the history books. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On this episode Philippa talks to Kate Mosse about her new book "Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries" as well as some of her other popular books. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kate Mosse - This England - Dalkey’s Echoes Festival - Cinderella
Kate Mosse on her latest book Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries; This England, starring Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson as his government grapple with Brexit and the pandemic; Writers gather to share how they were inspired by Maeve Binchy; and Alma Deutscher's opera, Cinderella, will be performed for the first time in Ireland.
The author of the multi-million-selling Languedoc trilogy, set amidst religious wars in south-west France and beginning with the bestselling Labyrinth, Kate Mosse has written nine novels and short story collections, and four plays. She is also one of the co-founders of the Women’s Prize For Fiction. Kate Mosse tells John Wilson about first visiting the Festival Theatre in her hometown of Chichester at the age of six and seeing the 19th-century French farce The Italian Straw Hat, an experience that opened her mind to the power of drama. She remembers being among the million and a half visitors to the blockbuster Tutankhamen exhibition at the British Museum in 1972, and explains how her interest in historical narratives can be traced back to the treasures of the boy king. Kate Mosse also chooses two literary influences for This Cultural Life. Having read Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights as a teenager, she says the way that Bronte describes the Yorkshire moors as like a character in their own right influenced her own novels in which the Languedoc landscape plays a similar narrative role. Her last big cultural moment is the 1991 Booker Prize for Fiction when an all-male shortlist prompted Kate and other literary figures to create the Women’s Prize for Fiction as a way of shining the spotlight on novels written by women anywhere in the world.Producer: Edwina Pitman
Anita Anand hears about a mysterious Mongolian princess with author Kate Mosse and Professor David Sneath. Khutulun was the granddaughter of Genghis Khan, a warrior who her ruling father chose to have by his side. She is also rumoured to have refused any suitors who couldn't best her in a wrestling match.Producer: Ailsa RochesterEditor: Jo MeeksSound: Tom Rowbotham
The Graham Norton Radio Show Podcast with Waitrose
Need some Monday motivation?! Well, how about a new addition of the Graham Norton Radio Show with Waitrose! Here’s what to come in this week’s podcast. Adelayo Adedayo joins us in the studio to talk about the brand new BBC drama, The Responder. Multi winning author Kate Mosse fills us in of her new historical novel, The City of Tears. And award winning crime writer, Sophie Hannah comes in to give us an insight into her new book, The Couple at the Table. Graham and Maria solve a couple of Graham’s Guides! Show Chef Martha gives us some recommendations from Seville oranges and ideas for Burns Night. And the popular game of The Waitrose Checkout Challenge is back!Make sure to subscribe to the podcast to hear all of the highlights each week! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Kate Mosse is the multimillion-selling author of the Languedoc Trilogy - Labyrinth, Sepulchre and Citadel. With her new novel The City of Tears, the second in her series The Burning Chambers, just out in paperback, she tells the story of a family’s fight to stay together and survive against the backdrop of the French Wars of Religion and the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre of 1572.In this edition of Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb talks to Kate Mosse about how she goes about writing historical fiction, researching the events of the past, imagining the characters who lived through them and, most particularly, conjuring up the places she finds inspiring - but as they used to be.Keep up to date with everything early modern, from Henry VIII to the Sistine Chapel with our Tudor Tuesday newsletter: Subscribe here If you would like to learn more about history, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad-free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit >To download, go to Android > or Apple store > Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Prolific novelist, short story writer, and broadcaster Kate Mosse is best known for her 2005 work Labyrinth, while The City of Tears is out in paperback on 20th Jan. She is a co-founder of the Women's Prize for Fiction, and speaks passionately about the need for women to support other women. She was appointed an OBE in 2013.
Kate Mosse: Bestselling ‘Labyrinth‘ author introduces ‘The City of Tears‘
Time Team: Unearthing the Past
Tim Taylor catches up with bestselling 'Labyrinth' author, Kate Mosse to discuss her latest novel, 'The City of Tears'. We always learn so much when talking to Kate and this conversation doesn't disappoint! Once again, Kate shares her breadth of knowledge on the genuine historic events, characters, locations and physical artefacts that inspire her fiction. We take a closer look at the fascinating role of reliquaries throughout history, and Kate reveals her own 'fantasy dig site' that relates to the book. You can watch the original video interview in full here. To find out more about Kate's books and other projects visit here website.