Writers and Company from CBC Radio

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CBC Radio's Writers and Company offers an opportunity to explore in depth the lives, thoughts and works of remarkable writers from around the world. Hosted by Eleanor Wachtel.

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Writers and Company from CBC Radio

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1 Christopher Ricks on why Bob Dylan is "the greatest living user of the English language"2020-04-05 00:10:00
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2 Masha Gessen on the nature of power and morality — from Soviet Russia to Trump's America2020-03-29 00:10:00
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3 Maaza Mengiste on the untold story of Ethiopia’s women warriors during Italian occupation2020-03-22 00:10:00
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4 Star choreographer Alexei Ratmansky makes breathtaking ballet out of classic literature2020-03-15 00:10:00
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5 Jeanette Winterson brings humour and understanding to a fraught childhood.2020-03-08 00:10:00
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6 Comic book artist Chris Ware brings complex stories to life in pictures2020-03-01 00:10:00
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7 From Tripoli to Tuscany—Libyan writer Hisham Matar finds new connections between art and life2020-02-23 00:10:00
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8 Adam Foulds on celebrity, solitude and the madness of desire2020-02-16 00:10:00
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9 George Steiner on morality, his love of books and the marvels of language2020-02-09 00:10:00
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10 Sarah Broom on family bonds and the meaning of home in her award-winning memoir, The Yellow House2020-02-02 00:10:00
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11 Susan Choi's Trust Exercise is an intense coming-of-age story — with a surprising twist2020-01-26 00:10:00
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12 Bernardine Evaristo on black British identity and her Booker-winning novel, Girl, Woman, Other2020-01-19 00:10:00
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13 How Laura Cumming unearthed the truth about her mother's kidnapping, 90 years later2020-01-12 00:10:00
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14 The haunted landscapes of Téa Obreht — from the Balkans to the American West2020-01-05 00:10:00
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15 The multi-talented Jonathan Miller: a life of creativity, curiosity and comedy2019-12-29 00:10:00
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16 The enduring appeal of Middlemarch, 200 years after George Eliot's birth2019-12-22 00:10:00
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17 Martin Amis and Ian Thomson on the legacy of Primo Levi2019-12-15 00:10:00
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18 Brazilian novelist Julián Fuks on exile, identity and dictatorship2019-12-08 00:10:00
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19 Deborah Levy fuses the personal and political in her mind-bending new novel, The Man Who Saw Everything2019-12-01 00:10:00
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20 Anthony McCarten on turning true stories into award-winning movies2019-11-24 00:10:00
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