Cheltenham Festival Readings

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AR01Meg Rosoff: The Fisherman And His Wife20111011

Meg Rosoff, whose prize-winning books are enjoyed by children and adults alike, gives her own very modern twist to the classic fairy tale of The Fisherman and His Wife.

Recorded in front of an audience at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.

Meg Rosoff's first novel, How I Live Now, was an instant success, and her most recent is There Is No Dog.

Producer: Beth O'Dea.

Meg Rosoff reads her story in front of an audience at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.

AR02Joe Dunthorne: Carl Inglestone, Life Model20111012

Joe Dunthorne reads his new short story Carl Inglestone: Life Model to an audience at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.

His hilarious coming-of-age novel Submarine, set in Swansea, was made into one of this year's biggest indie hit films.

Producer: Beth O'Dea.

Joe Dunthorne reads his new short story at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.

AR03 LASTAndrew Miller: Jewel Thieves On Their Day Off20111013

Andrew Miller, reads his new short story, the intriguingly titled Jewel Thieves on Their Day Off, in front of an audience at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.

His first novel, Ingenious Pain, told the extraordinary story of a man born unable to feel pain.

It was published to great acclaim and won several prizes.

He's also the writer of Casanova, Oxygen, The Optimists and One Morning Like A Bird.

Producer: Beth O'Dea.

Andrew Miller reads his short story to an audience at the Cheltenham Literature Festival.