Edinburgh Book Festival
James Naughtie welcomed Lady Antonia Fraser by saying that the one thing that leaps out of her new historical account of the passing of the Great Reform Act of 1832, "Perilous Question",
Serena Scott began by asking Rhidan Brook to describe the background to his book, "The Aftermath".
This event proved one of the highlights of the 2013 Edinburgh International Book Festival thus far, certainly for this reviewer.
Kate Mosse attracted a packed audience for the introduction to her new novel about female French Resistence fighters "Citadel".
With an exciting title and two BBC reporters this promised to be an entertaining session.
Alan Johnson received a very warm welcome when he came into a full Baillie Gifford Main Theatre with Ruth Wishart who was to chair the session.
This Edinburgh Book Festival session in the Peppers Theatre with Laurie Penny and Chaired by Faisal Islam was probably the most disappointing one that I have ever attended at the Edinburgh Int
It’s curious that while Scotland becomes a more confident nation, it continues to be muddled about its past.
There was a full house in the Baillie Gifford Main Theatre, where Alfred Brendel was joined by his co-author Professor Michael Morley, of the University of South Australia and Jonathan Mills, who a
The Baillie Gifford Corner Theatre was full for this interesting session by two men who had interesting stories to tell about the world of intelligence, albeit seen from different angles: Rhodri Je