Chapter Ninety-Eight: David Foster Wallace and suicide
Show: Talking Books
Mon, 23rd November 2015
Chapter Ninety-Seven: Are we slaves to our jobs?
Mon, 16th November 2015
Chapter Ninety-Six: Gore Vidal, a divisive genius
Mon, 09th November 2015
Chapter Ninety-Five: Indian drama and Greek tragedy
Mon, 02nd November 2015
Chapter Ninety-Four: the best of drama and jazz
Mon, 26th October 2015
Chapter Ninety-Three: dirty wars and secret histories
Mon, 19th October 2015
Chapter Ninety-Two: Masters of murder and mystery
Mon, 12th October 2015
Chapter Ninety-One: Does economics leave room for love?
Tue, 06th October 2015
Chapter Ninety: The stress of family and gender
Mon, 28th September 2015
Chapter Eighty-Nine: Identity surveillance & radicalism
Mon, 21st September 2015
Chapter Eighty-Eight: How do we face the unknown?
Mon, 14th September 2015
Chapter Eighty-Seven: Shaping history through love
Mon, 07th September 2015
Chapter Eighty-Six: How does writing uncover the truth?
Mon, 31st August 2015
Chapter Eighty-Five: How do we best organise our mind?
Mon, 24th August 2015
Chapter Eighty-Four: How can reading be controversial?
Mon, 17th August 2015
Chapter Eighty-Three: Does real life outshine fiction?
Mon, 10th August 2015
Chapter Eighty-Two: Memory, identity, and love
Sun, 02nd August 2015
Chapter Eighty-One: How powerful can a voice be?
Mon, 27th July 2015
Chapter Eighty: Talking books and writing in West Cork
Mon, 20th July 2015
Chapter Seventy-Nine: What's the cost of progress?
Mon, 13th July 2015
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