We've included some of our most recent interviews below. Click on any of the links below to listen to the interview.
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Jacqueline Wilson is a children's novelist known for her stories about children going through difficult times - particularly her Tracy Beaker series.
Here she chats about her many stories and characters, her approach to writing, and the 15,000 books she owns!Listen Here
Tim Weaver is a bestselling author, primarily known for his crime thrillers featuring Missing Persons Investigator David Raker.
Here he chats to Emily Pye about his approach to writing crime thrillers, his experience with audio and his upcoming books.Listen Here
Ben Aaronovitch is an author mostly known for his Rivers of London series, which follows a young police officer recruited by a special branch of the Metropolitan Police that deals with magic and the supernatural.
Holly Newson spoke to Ben in 2017 about writing for Doctor Who, the importance of libraries, and whether he’s honest when giving his opinion on his friend’s books.Listen Here
We spoke to Laura Carlin about her debut novel, The Wicked Cometh.
T P Fielden spoke to Abigail Jaggers at Listening Books about creating Devon in his novels, utilising his journalism experience, and audiobooks.Listen Here
Cass Green is the bestselling author of the psychological thriller books The Woman Next Door and In A Cottage In A Wood. We chatted to her about teaching, writing, and audiobooks.Listen Here
Robert Thorogood is a screenwriter and author. He is best known for the Death in Paradise TV series.Listen Here
Angela Chadwick is the author of XX, her first novel, which has been shortlisted for the Polari First Book prize. Here she chats to Abigail Jaggers of Listening Books about coming up with the idea for XX, the impact of news sensationalism, and audiobooks.Listen Here
Robyn Hollingworth is the bestselling author of My Mad Dad, the memoir of her time caring for her dad after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. She spoke to us about dealing with grief, audiobooks, and more.Listen Here
Sarah Perry is the author of After Me Comes the Flood and The Essex Serpent.
She chatted to Abigail Jaggers in October 2017 about The Gothic, The Essex Serpent, and audiobooks.Listen Here