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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21 How Laura Cumming unearthed the truth about her mother's kidnapping, 90 years later2020-01-12 00:10:00
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22 The haunted landscapes of Téa Obreht — from the Balkans to the American West2020-01-05 00:10:00
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23 The multi-talented Jonathan Miller: a life of creativity, curiosity and comedy2019-12-29 00:10:00
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24 The enduring appeal of Middlemarch, 200 years after George Eliot's birth2019-12-22 00:10:00
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25 Martin Amis and Ian Thomson on the legacy of Primo Levi2019-12-15 00:10:00
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26 Brazilian novelist Julián Fuks on exile, identity and dictatorship2019-12-08 00:10:00
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27 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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28 Anthony McCarten on turning true stories into award-winning movies2019-11-24 00:10:00
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29 Zadie Smith on what keeps her urgently engaged with the world around her2019-11-17 00:10:00
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30 To mark the 30th anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall, Ingo Schulze captures a world in transition2019-11-10 00:10:00
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31 Tash Aw on the dark side of the modern Asian dream2019-11-03 00:10:00
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32 Master storyteller Rodrigo Rey Rosa on Guatemala, Morocco and his mentor, Paul Bowles2019-10-27 00:10:00
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Master storyteller Rodrigo Rey Rosa on Guatemala, Morocco and his mentor, Paul Bowles

The celebrated writer talks to Eleanor Wachtel about growing up during Guatemala's civil war, the inspiration he found in Tangier and his new book, Chaos: A Fable.…read more

33 Yiyun Li navigates the loss of a child in her heartbreaking new novel2019-10-20 00:10:00
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34 David J. Skal on the enduring appeal of Dracula2019-10-13 00:10:00
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35 Tessa Hadley tests the fault lines of long married love in Late in the Day2019-10-06 00:10:00
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36 Federico Veiroj mixes deadpan comedy with existential drama in his prize-winning movies2019-09-29 12:00:00
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37 Filmmaker Celine Sciamma on looking, longing and falling in love in Portrait of a Lady on Fire2019-09-22 12:00:00
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38 Leanne Shapton on what objects tell us about the lives of others2019-09-15 12:00:00
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39 Why George Orwell's 1984 still matters, 70 years since publication2019-09-08 12:00:00
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40 Kei Miller maps the intersections of race, class and privilege in Jamaica2019-09-01 12:00:00
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