21
Sep
2018

The Lathe of Heaven

The mind-percolating work of the late Ursula K Leguin forms the basis for the latest Book of the Month with Jennie Finch. Rob Nichols and Alex Lewczuk

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10
Aug
2018

Forever and a Day

A license to read is taken to the limit in the latest Book of the Month by Anthony Horowitz which is reviewed by Jennie Finch, Rob Nichols , Alex Lewczuk and local playwright Mel Small

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29
Jun
2018

Dead Girls Abigail Tartellin Book of the Month

Jennie Finch, Rob Nichols and Alex Lewczuk focus on the latest offering from Abigail Tartellin for the June 2018 Book of the Month podcast.

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21
May
2018

The Book of Dust Vol 1 La Belle Sauvage

Philip Pullman`s award winning opus takes centre stage at a book of the month `on location` programme from Jenna Warren`s Book Corner in Saltburn. Featuring writer Jennie Finch, Rob Nichols and Kayleigh Carr ( & assorted random Book Corner customers ! )

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16
Apr
2018

Cold Comfort Farm Stella Gibbons

Jennie Finch and Alex Lewczuk discuss the 1930`s classic from Stella Gibbons in the April Book of the Month production.

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17
Mar
2018

Book of The Month `The Sheep Look Up` by John Brunner

Jennie Finch welcomes newbie Hannah Thompson to the programme before analysing a dystopian SF classic of the 1970`s with many contemporary resonances.

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3
Feb
2018

Book of the Month Feb 2018 Bare Knuckle

The latest dynamic novel from Ian Lennox is duly analysed by writers Jennie Finch and Rob Nicholls.

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9
Dec
2017

Book of the Month Good Omens

A timely re-appraisal of the Prachett and Gaiman classic provides the focus for the final Book of the Month of 2017 with Jennie Finch, Rob Nichols and Alex Lewczuk

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20
Oct
2017

Wychwood - Book of the Month

George Mann`s contemporary supernatural thriller Wychwood comes under the spotlight of premier authors Jennie Finch, Rob Nichols and William Coles in the latest Book of the Month.

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5
Sep
2017

The Blue Nowhere- Jeffery Deaver

The highly prescient `Blue Nowhere` by Jeffery Deaver is the subject of September`s forensic literary analysis with Jennie Finch, Rob Nichols and Alex Lewczuk- originally recorded at the James Cook University Hospital Southside Studio.

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