Take unique literary moments with you wherever you go with these exclusive podcasts from London's legendary bookseller.
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Twisted, gritty, spiked with mordant wit, Gun Machine is the latest bullet from the brain of Warren Ellis. It's the kind of dark detective thriller you won't have read before, but exactly what you'd expect from the award-winning creator of Transmetropolitan, Planetary and Red. Hear more from Ellis in conversation with journalist and author Sam Leith.
Download 43MB | Duration: 47m
Foyles Podcast - Warren Ellis
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The news that Jim Crace's new novel Harvest would be his last has obviously broken more than a few literary hearts, but before he retires from his award-winning career, we're delighted to offer this chance to catch him at Foyles. Hear more about Harvest's bewitching evocation of an English landscape on the brink of change.
Download 41MB | Duration: 45m
Foyles Podcast - Jim Crace
Magic may be nothing more than an ancient superstition, but it still exercises a powerful fascination for us today. Internationally acclaimed cultural historian, critic and novelist Marina Warner has spent her career uncovering fascinating aspects of myth, fairytale, folklore and art and in Stranger Magic she explores 'The Arabian Nights', retelling its lesser-known stories and examining the impact of this Eastern text on Western readers.
Download 39MB | Duration: 42m
Foyles Podcast - Marina Warner
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Author Bryan Talbot dropped into Foyles to talk about Grandville Bête Noire, the third instalment of the phenomenal Grandville series of anthropomorphic steampunk romance thrillers starring Inspector Le Brock.
In this interview with Kim Newman, Bryan was joined by his wife Mary Talbot, writer and co-creator ofDotter of Her Father's Eyes, part autobiographical family history, part biography of James Joyce's daughter Lucia.
This was a Comica / Foyles event.
Download 51.8MB | Duration: 56m
Foyles Podcast - Bryan & Mary Talbot
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Bryan & Mary Talbot
With dozens of best-selling novels and scores of memorable characters to his name, Alexander McCall Smith is one of Britain's most prolific and beloved authors. The creator of Precious Ramotswe and the The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency has taken his readers to Botswana, Scotland and Germany, and now in Trains and Lovers we embark on an unforgettable railway journey through the heart of Britain, in the company of four perfect strangers. As the train makes its way through the countryside, conversation begins to flow and stories - above all stories of love - begin to be told
Download 55MB | Duration: 59m
Foyles Podcast - Alexander McCall Smith
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Alexander McCall Smith
Bestselling crime writer Ian Rankin discusses his latest book Standing In Another Man's Grave with journalist & blogger Suzi Feay in the Gallery at Foyles.
Download 27MB | Duration: 55m
Foyles Podcast - Ian Rankin
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Ian Rankin in the Gallery at Foyles
Chart-topping author Kate Mosse discusses her latest novel, Citadel with the Literary Director of the Southbank James Runcie in the Gallery at Foyles.
Download 26MB | Duration: 54m
Foyles Podcast - Kate Mosse
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Kate Mosse in the Gallery at Foyles
To mark the release of his memoir of the fatwa, Joseph Anton (his alias while in hiding), one of our greatest living novelists tells this remarkable story for the first time, in conversation with David Aaronovitch.
Download 26MB | Duration: 52m
Foyles Podcast - Salman Rushdie
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Broadcaster and author Michael Palin discusses his novel The Truth with author Joseph Connelly in the Gallery at Foyles.
Download 36MB | Duration: 39m
Foyles Podcast - Michael Palin
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Michael Palin in the Gallery at Foyles
Prolific and bestselling author Martin Amis talks to journalist and author Sam Leith about his novel Lionel Asbo: State of England at The Bloomsbury Theatre, London.
This was a Time Out Live / Foyles Event.
Download 23MB | Duration: 49m
Foyles Podcast - Martin Amis
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Man Booker Prize winner and author of The Famished Road, Ben Okri discusses Wild, his latest book of poetry with theatre journalist Al Senter in the Gallery at Foyles.
Download 19MB | Duration: 26m
Foyles Podcast - Ben Okri
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Ben Okri in the Gallery at Foyles