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20091206William Crawley meets the author Brian Keenan, who talks about his life and work including his four and a half years as a hostage in Beirut.
William Crawley meets the author Brian Keenan.
06/12/200920091210William Crawley meets the author Brian Keenan.
20091213Germaine Greer, author of the Female Eunuch, talks to William Crawley about her life including her Irish background, her provocative views on culture and her love of Shakespeare.
Germaine Greer, author of the Female Eunuch, talks to William Crawley about her life.
13/12/200920091217Germaine Greer, author of the Female Eunuch, talks to William Crawley about her life.
20091220Cathal O Searcaigh, one of the leading Irish language poets of his generation, talks to William Crawley about his fascinating childhood in the Donegal Gaeltacht and his new memoir.
Cathal O Searcaigh, leading Irish language poet, talks to William Crawley
20091227Historian and journalist Sir Max Hastings talks to William Crawley about his career, including his spell as editor of the Daily Telegraph, and how writing saved him.
Historian and journalist Sir Max Hastings talks to William Crawley about his career.
20100103AN Wilson, biographer, historian and novelist, talks to William Crawley about his career, his criticism of CS Lewis' views on Christianity, and his own religious convictions.
AN Wilson, biographer, historian and novelist, talks to William Crawley about his career.
Writers at Work [Radio Ulster]20100103AN Wilson, biographer, historian and novelist, talks to William Crawley about his career, his criticism of CS Lewis' views on Christianity, and his own religious convictions.
Writers at Work [Radio Ulster]20100103
Writers at Work [Radio Ulster]2010010320100107AN Wilson, biographer, historian and novelist, talks to William Crawley about his career.
Writers at Work [Radio Ulster]20100103
03/01/201020100107AN Wilson, biographer, historian and novelist, talks to William Crawley about his career.
20100110David Park, author of the acclaimed novel The Truth Commissioner, talks to William Crawley about how the Troubles have restricted Northern Irish writers.
2010011020100114David Park, author of The Truth Commissioner, talks to William Crawley.
Writers at Work [Radio Ulster]20100110David Park, author of the acclaimed novel The Truth Commissioner, talks to William Crawley about how the Troubles have restricted Northern Irish writers.
Writers at Work [Radio Ulster]20100110
Writers at Work [Radio Ulster]2010011020100114David Park, author of The Truth Commissioner, talks to William Crawley.
Writers at Work [Radio Ulster]20100110

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