Edinburgh Book Festival
Author and journalist Magnus Linklater was in the Chair, to introduce Max Hastings as someone who has a thorough grasp of the history of the Second World War and warfare in general.
This was a politician at his best! Malcolm Rifkind was in ebullient mood when he spoke to a full house at the Edinburgh Book Festival and introducing his new memoir, "Politics and Pragmatism".
Professor Willy Maley and post-graduate student Kirsty Luck have edited one among the more valuable productions commemorating the Irish Rising of 1916.
The Edinburgh International Book Festival started with a bang!
The Fringe and the Edinburgh International Festival are already in full swing and veterans of thrifty festivaling will have already been busy seeing shows and filling up diaries.
The Edinburgh International Book Festival was first “published” in 1983 as a Biennial event and due to its worldwide reputation and popularity, it became an
The temporary, tented village at Charlotte Square's Georgian garden, in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town, is the venue for the Edinburgh International Book Festival. Launched in 1983, the "biggest festival of the written word in the world" brings 900 or so writers, poets, thinkers, politicians, photographers and artists from 55 countries to debate, discuss, argue and inspire. The book fest includes a major programme of children's book events.
Alex Salmond has been appearing at the Edinburgh International Book Festival since 2006.
Alistair Moffat stood alone on the stage to introduce Gordon Brown who received a tremendous welcome from a packed audience to hear his thoughts on 'A Conversation About Scotland'.
Edinburgh Book Festival: Paula McLain & Priya Parmar, From True Stories to Unforgettable Novels, Review
Delving into the intimate lives of real women has taken Paula McLain and Priya Parmar on extensive travel trips to investigate hidden secrets and separate gossip from fact.