Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Front Row special tonight - Harrogate Crime Writing Festival

Alerted by Val McDermid's newsletter, apparently tonight's Front Row on Radio 4 will be about the Harrogate Crime Writing Festival. She writes:
"For those of you who were unlucky enough to miss this year's Theakston's Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival at Harrogate last weekend, there's a chance to get a taster of what went on. Tomorrow, BBC Radio 4's Front Row programme will be a Harrogate special, featuring interviews and conversations with several of the participating writers. Among other elements, Mark Billingham and David Roberts debate whether there's still a place for Snobbery With Violence, while I have a wide-ranging chat with Lee Child, Laura Lippman and Natasha Cooper. It's all under the command of the unflappable Mark Lawson, who demonstrated over the weekend a remarkable wit and erudition.

It goes out live at 7.15 on Wednesday 25th July. It's a half hour programme, so you'll still have time for dinner before Wire in the Blood at 9pm on ITV."
You can listen online, live and also up to seven days from broadcast.

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