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Cambridge Literary Festival

Spring Festival Online  21 – 25 April

This year’s festival is online. An individual event costs £6 or you can buy a festival pass to watch any event. The events can be watched for seven days afterwards. 

Here are some political discussions/interviews which may be of interest:

Thursday 22 April

6:30pm – Mike Berners-Lee & Caroline Lucas
As humans, we still have a chance to live better than ever on Planet Earth. But how do we halt the unfolding climate disaster? Join Mike Berners-Lee, author of ‘There Is No Planet B‘, and Caroline Lucas MP to find out.

Friday 23 April

11:15am – Maeve McClenaghan: Life and Death Among the UK’s Forgotten Homeless
Homelessness is on the rise. Award-winning journalist Maeve McClenaghan’s book, ‘No Fixed Abode‘, offers the first comprehensive picture of homelessness in Britain today. Come along to find out the facts and how we can all help.

6:30pm – Eliot Higgins & Luke Harding: Inside Bellingcat
Bellingcat founder Eliot Higgins speaks to journalist and writer Luke Harding about how he turned the world of intelligence gathering on its head.

Saturday 24 April

11:15am – John Bercow: Unspeakable
Former Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, talks candidly about his no-holds barred memoir, ‘Unspeakable‘, with Melissa Benn.

2pm – New Statesman Debate
This house believes that the pandemic will change the way we live – for the better. 

Sunday 25 April

2pm – New Statesman Global Review
Join Emily Tamkin and Jeremy Cliffe, respectively the US Editor and International Editor of the New Statesman, as they present a packed New Statesman Global Review.

5pm – Jonathan Calvert & George Arbuthnott: Britain’s Battle with Coronavirus
Investigative journalists Jonathan Calvert & George Arbuthnott join forces with their timely and shocking new book, ‘Failures of State: The Inside Story of Britain’s Battle with Coronavirus’. In partnership with the New Statesman

 

 

 

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