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Ian Samson traces the relationship between authors and their readers through the changing nature of the correspondence between them.

He asks his fellow writers whether festivals, promotional tours and the advent of the internet have altered their role.

Episodes

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20090730 (BBC7)
20150220 (BBC7)
Ian Sansom explores the relationship between authors and readers via their correspondence.
20090730 (BBC7)
20150221 (BBC7)
Ian Sansom explores the relationship between authors and readers via their correspondence.
20090730 (BBC7)
20150220 (BBC7)
Writer Ian Sansom examines the changing nature of the relationship, and contact, between authors and their readers. From July 2009.
2009073020091225Ian Samson traces the relationship between authors and their readers through the changing nature of the correspondence between them.

He asks his fellow writers whether festivals, promotional tours and the advent of the internet have altered their role.

Ian Samson traces the relationship between authors and their readers through the changing nature of the correspondence between them. He asks his fellow writers whether festivals, promotional tours and the advent of the internet have altered their role.

Ian Samson on the relationship between authors and readers through their correspondence.

Ian Samson traces the relationship between authors and their readers through the changing nature of the correspondence between them. He asks his fellow writers whether festivals, promotional tours and the advent of the internet have altered their role.

Ian Samson on the relationship between authors and readers through their correspondence.