September 26th, 2010
Episode 6 of 568 episodes
Mariella Frostrup talks to acclaimed writer Susan Hill, best known for her spine-tingling novels including Woman In Black. She discusses her latest book, The Small Hand. Plus, the joys of reading aloud - novelist Joanna Trollope and editor Angela Macmillan explain the importance of literature shared through the voice and not just on the page. Also, Paris viewed from the margins - novelists Alex Miller and Julie Orringer share their experiences of setting novels in Paris with emigres as the lead protagonists.