Friday, September 25, 2009

Book-related guests on Saturday Morning with Kim Hill
Radio New Zeland Natinal
After 9.00am Kim talks to Nick Hornby.
His new novel is Juliet, Naked (Viking, ISBN: 9780670915668).

Nick is also the author of the bestselling novels High Fidelity (1995), About a Boy (1998), How to Be Good (2001), A Long Way Down (2005), and Slam (2007); the football memoir Fever Pitch, and four books of essays: 31 Songs (2003),The Polysyllabic Spree (2004), Housekeeping vs. the Dirt (2006), and Shakespeare Wrote for Money (2008).
He recently adapted Lynn Barber’s memoir An Education (Penguin, ISBN: 9780141039558) into the film of the same name.

After 10.00am, Rob Matthews plays favourites. His memoir, Running Blind (HarperCollins, ISBN: 978-1-86950-801-2) marks the first time in New Zealand publishing history that an adult non-fiction title has been printed in Braille at the same time as print.

After 11.00am, Annabelle Langbein joins Kim to talk about the ideas in her new book, Anyone Can Cook: Fresh Ideas for Busy Lives (Annabel Langbein Books, ISBN 978-0-958-2668-0-2),

and around 11.30 Christine Fernyhough talks about her book Ben and Mark, Boys of the High Country (Random House, ISBN: 978-1-86979-068-4), featuring photographs by her husband John Bougen.

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