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Tennis temper tantrums - Wimbledon champion Pat Cash speaks to Martha Kearney on The World at One
Conservative MP Stewart Jackson willing to resign his role as PPS over EU referendum - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
Alex Salmond: "David Cameron is a great asset to the independence cause, the more he speaks the more support we'll get for independence" - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
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Conservative MP George Eustice on EU referendum vote - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
Paul Daniels tells Martha Kearney the 'worst joke' of the Edinburgh fringe - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
Top philanthropist Dame Stephanie Shirley on changes to charitable tax relief - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
William Hardcastle - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
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Booker Prize winning author Graham Swift speaks to Martha Kearney
Could the arrival of ebooks really endanger the writing itself? That's the view of the Booker prize winning author Graham Swift. He believes that digital publishing could threaten the livelihood of authors in the future because they are being paid too little. He himself was able to give up teaching and become a full time author after the commercial success of his 1983 novel, Waterland. He went on to win the Booker Prize with Last Orders. As part of our series on the future of the book, I talked to Graham Swift - in a rare interview - and asked whether it made any difference to him whether the reader was clasping a printed book.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles on National Planning Policy Framework - The World at One, BBC Radio 4
My Woman's Hour voiceover as an Afghan woman!
I had the chance to record a thirty second voiceover, which was broadcast live on Woman's Hour on BBC Radio 4, doing the English...
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls on latest GDP growth figures
Martha Kearney interviews Ed Balls on The World at One, BBC Radio 4
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A Sound Portrait of Stourhead for BBC Radio 4 PM Show
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Angus Makes it onto Radio 4
The World this weekend piece on the Demise of the print copy.
Angus was the laughing Child.
At Broadcasting House having been interviewed for Radio 4 about Audioboo
I recorded this in main reception at the BBC's Broadcasting House in Portland Place - having just recorded a short interview with Radio 4's Peter White, for broadcast on In Touch sometime soon. We talked about Audioboo - how I have used it to post my guide dog and travelling diaries, and to contribute to the UK Soundmap - and also how (reasonably) easy it is to use for visually impaired people. Meeting Peter, and being interiewed in such an iconic building was great fun and very interesting.
Radio 4 Comedy - The News
Who didn't check their copy then.. "and wrote the BBC radio comedy, BBC news"
Novelist Kate Pullinger speaks to Martha Kearney
In our series on the future of the book, we have heard pessimism from the author Graham Swift who fears that the rise of digital publishing will mean writers can't earn a living. We have heard from publishers concerned about the power of Amazon and from an agent who says the industry needs to change radically. But should ebooks be feared? Kate Pullinger is a Canadian novelist who won the 2009 Governor General's Award for her book The Mistress of Nothing. She has also been writing digital fiction for the past ten years including Inanimate Alice, a story for children. She says the new technology should be welcomed.
What's #wato? Martha Kearney explains with a little help from Lord Patten, We Are The Ocean and Bertie Wooster
Sir Paul McCartney on Radio 4
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