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20180529GQ Magazine's Dylan Jones is in conversation with some of Hay Festival's big thinkers.
20180530GQ Magazine editor Dylan Jones is in conversation with novelist Tony Parsons, comedian Shazia Mirza, Will Hutton and journalist Guto Harri at this year's Hay Festival. The BBC Tent resounds with passionate debate on such issues as Brexit, the excesses of the Internet, crime fiction and the joys of teaching reluctant pupils.

GQ's Dylan Jones talks to Guto Harri, Tony Parsons, Shazia Mirza and Will Hutton.

Bettany Hughes, Philippe Sands, Amitav Ghosh And Jonathan Edwards20190529Guto Harri and guests explore more cutting-edge literature and ideas from this year’s Hay Festival. Poet and teacher Jonathan Edwards reads from his latest collection Gen and Amitav Ghosh ponders our inability to grasp the enormous catastrophe of climate change. Plus human rights barrister Philippe Sands on the threat to writers and thought around the world, and historian, author and broadcaster, Bettany Hughes.

Guto Harri in conversation with a selection of guests appearing at the 2019 Hay Festival.

Guto Harri brings you the best from this year's Hay Festival.

Chris Ryan, Tracy Chevalier, Nish Kumar And Angela Gallop20190531A final trip to the BBC Tent at this year’s Hay Festival for lively discussion with Guto Harri. Forensic scientist Angela Gallop explores the ever-increasing important of science in criminal investigation. Plus thriller-writer Chris Ryan on the journey from SAS corporal to best-selling author, Tracy Chevalier on creating compelling stories from the tiniest sparks, and The Mash Report’s Nish Kumar on the future of satire in an ever more implausible political world.

Guto Harri in conversation with a selection of guests appearing at the 2019 Hay Festival

Guto Harri brings you the best from this year's Hay Festival.

Grace Dent, Philippe Sands, Amitav Ghosh And Jonathan Edwards20190529Guto Harri and guests explore more cutting-edge literature and ideas from this year’s Hay Festival. Poet and teacher Jonathan Edwards reads from his latest collection Gen and Amitav Ghosh ponders our inability to grasp the enormous catastrophe of climate change. Plus human rights barrister Philippe Sands on the threat to writers and thought around the world, and broadcaster/columnist Grace Dent on the endless pursuit for a magical food experience.

Guto Harri in conversation with a selection of guests appearing at the 2019 Hay Festival

Guto Harri brings you the best from this year's Hay Festival.

John Simpson,sarfraz Mansoor, Anja Shortland And Hannah Critchlow20190530More lively discussion and ideas from the BBC Tent at this year's Hay Festival. Guto Harri is joined by the BBC's John Simpson to sift fact from fiction in his new thriller. Plus Anja Shortland on the dilemmas of hostage negotiation, Sarfraz Manzoor on seeing his personal memoirs translated into film, and neuroscientist Hannah Critchlow on whether we really are the free-thinkers we imagine ourselves to be.

Guto Harri in conversation with a selection of guests appearing at the 2019 Hay Festival

Guto Harri brings you the best from this year's Hay Festival.

Monisha Rajesh, Tracy Chevalier, Nish Kumar And Angela Gallop20190531A final trip to the BBC Tent at this year’s Hay Festival for lively discussion with Guto Harri. Forensic scientist Angela Gallop explores the ever-increasing important of science in criminal investigation. Plus travel writer Monisha Rajesh, Tracy Chevalier on creating compelling stories from the tiniest sparks, and The Mash Report’s Nish Kumar on the future of satire in an ever more implausible political world.

Guto Harri in conversation with a selection of guests appearing at the 2019 Hay Festival

Guto Harri brings you the best from this year's Hay Festival.

A final trip to the BBC Tent at this year’s Hay Festival for lively discussion with Guto Harri. Forensic scientist Angela Gallop explores the ever-increasing important of science in criminal investigation. Plus travel writer Monisha Rajesh, Tracy Chevalier on creating compelling stories from the tiniest sparks, and The Mash Report’s Nish Kumar on the future of satire in an ever more implausible political world.

Guto Harri in conversation with a selection of guests appearing at the 2019 Hay Festival

Guto Harri brings you the best from this year's Hay Festival.

Natalie Haynes, Victoria Bateman, Steve Jones And Ifor Ap Glyn20190528Lively discussion from Guto Harri and guests in the BBC Tent at this year’s Hay Festival. Comedian and classicist Natalie Haynes brings an all-female perspective to the devastating consequences of the Trojan War, and economist Victoria Bateman explores how women made the West rich. Plus poet Ifor ap Glyn on the intersections of language and landscape and geneticist Steve Jones on why our past, and our future, is a story told in the stars.

Guto Harri in conversation with a selection of guests appearing at the 2019 Hay Festival

Guto Harri brings you the best from this year's Hay Festival.

Lively discussion from Guto Harri and guests in the BBC Tent at this year’s Hay Festival. Comedian and classicist Natalie Haynes brings an all-female perspective to the devastating consequences of the Trojan War, and economist Victoria Bateman explores how women made the West rich. Plus poet Ifor ap Glyn on the intersections of language and landscape and geneticist Steve Jones on why our past, and our future, is a story told in the stars.

Guto Harri in conversation with a selection of guests appearing at the 2019 Hay Festival

Guto Harri brings you the best from this year's Hay Festival.

This Week At Hay Festival Digital2020052920200601 (RW)Guto Harri selects his highlights from the very first Hay Festival Digital

Guto Harri brings you the best from this year's Hay Festival.

Hay Festival 2020 has been cancelled because of the coronavirus crisis - but it's still happening online. Guto Harri selects his highlights and talks to some of the speakers at the very first Hay Festival Digital. Featuring singer/songwriter Tori Amos, historians Greg Jenner and Rutger Bregman, economist Tim Harford and poet Inua Ellams.

Tonight At Hay20200529
03Comic Marcus Brigstocke, Novelist Stephanie Merritt And Parliamentary Sketch Writer John Crace.20180531Witty conversation with GQ Magazine's Dylan Jones and his three guests.

GQ Magazine editor Dylan Jones presents his pick of events at this year's Hay festival.

04Photographer Sir Don Mccullin, Architectural Historian Dan Cruickshank, Comic Carrie Quinlan And Poet Owen Sheers20180601GQ Magazine editor Dylan Jones with his pick of events at this year's Hay festival.

GQ Magazine editor Dylan Jones presents his pick of events at this year's Hay festival.