Leigh Chambers’ guest is author Tony Peake, talking about his novel North Facing, a coming of age story set in 1960s South Africa. We also chat to former Radio Luxembourg DJ turned novelist, Mark Wesley, about his second novel Frack! And Colin Brown reveals how his book Operation Big: The Operation To Stop Hitler’s A-Bomb, highlights the crucial role a house in Godmanchester played in keeping British intelligence informed of Hitler’s nuclear plans during world war two.
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