Writer and comedian, Rory McGrath about his memoirs The Bearded Tit, and The Father, the Son and the Ghostly Hole and why he decided to reveal all about his relationships with women, Catholicism, sin, and birds, among many things! We also hear from Cambridge academic, Stefan Collini on his new collection of essays about literary culture and public debate. And poet, Michael Brown, reveals how Sigourney Weaver came to be one of his biggest fans.
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