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For this episode we are joined by the critic and former literary editor of the Independent on Sunday, Suzi Feay and the novelist and former Deputy Literary Editor of the Observer, Stephanie Merritt. Both are fans of the history-cum-detective story, G... more
The whole of the next hour and a bit is dedicated to the work of Graham Greene – a writer we have long wanted to tackle. We cover several representative pieces – not necessarily the most famous of Greene’s work – and try to apply a fresh perspective ... more
Rachel Cooke, Observer writer, New Statesman TV critic and author joined John, Andy and former host Mathew way back in 2016 to discuss All The Devils Are Here, the astounding travelogue through Kent and the depths of human behaviour from David Seabro... more
How come I have not found this podcast earlier? A serious conversation about books and some of my favourites here. How about ‘extinction’ by Thomas Bernhard for a future episode?
I just started listening to this, and I’m so happy to have access to an archive of passionate conversations between genuine book lovers. The hosts and guests read widely and are deeply curious about the authors they are reading. They are sharp and knowledgeable, but not pretentious. Thank you!
(I bet those who are not ageing hipsters can also gain much enjoyment!) A perfect podcast, introducing me continually to books I’ve missed & reenchanting those I love. The hosts’ and guests’ tone is just perfect: playful, open, learned but unpretentious, unashamedly in love with reading.
Just listened to the re-run of this. In fact, I listened to it twice. It’s a superb example of why Backlisted is such a wonderful podcast. It provides a thrillingly good account of the power books have to enthral and move us. Exquisite. Right up there with the episode on Dermot Healy. And a reminder that Maxwell, whose books I first read in my early 20s when Harvill first reissued them, is a writer to whom I must return as I close in on my 50s.
The audio version of #neglectedbooks Even better bc of the great guest discussions. Calm but not slow. Funny and kind.
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Backlisted launched 8 years ago and published 189 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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