Aye Write 2022 Festival Pass (Digital Only Events)

Aye Write 2022 Festival Pass (Digital Only Events)

Access to all Aye Write Digital Events in one handy pass!

With appearances from Booker prize winning Damon Galgut, Paul Morley, Liam McIlvanney, Sir Geoffrey Palmer, Delia Ephron, Markus Rex and many more!

There's something for everyone to enjoy over a three week period.

These events will be available to watch for three weeks after the broadcast date of 6th May 2022 to accommodate different time zones (removed after 27th May 2022). You do not need to buy any individual Aye Write Digital Events if you have purchased this pass as it will be fully inclusive of all digital event content.

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Aye Write 2022 Festival Pass (Digital Only Events)
  • Aye Write Landscape 23 March

  • Paul Morley in conversation with Fiona Shepherd

    As the founder of Island Records, fabled music producer Chris Blackwell has discovered and worked with some of the most important musicians of the second half of the 20th century - from Steve Winwood to Cat Stevens, Bob Marley to Grace Jones, U2 to Roxy Music, plus countless others. He is also wi...

  • Aye Write Introduces...International Debut Showcase

    Shelley Burr, Lee Cole, Ethan Joella, Juhea Kim, Dolen Perkins-Valdez, David Sanchez, Sean Thor Conroe, Silje Ulstein - International Debuts Showcase

    We welcome some of the most exciting debut authors from around the world

    Shelley Burr is the winner of the CWA Debut Dagger award with Wake. When...

  • Damon Galgut in conversation with Mairi Kidd

    The winner of this year’s Booker Prize joins us online with a powerful story of a family in crisis..

    The Promise charts the crash and burn of a white South African family, living on a farm outside Pretoria. The Swarts are gathering for Ma's funeral. The younger generation, Anton and Amor, detest...

  • The Perfect Crime with Nadine Matheson, John Vercher, Ausma Khan and JP Pomare

    Vaseem Khan, Maxim Jakobuwski, Josh Pomare, Ausma Khan, SA Cosby, John Vercher, Nadine Mathieson -The Perfect Crime

    A unique new crime anthology that takes us Around the world in 22 murders....

    From Lagos to Mexico City, Australia to the Caribbean, Toronto to Los Angeles, Darjeeling to rural Ne...

  • Sir Geoff Palmer - The Books That Made Me in conversation with Subrina Ward

    An online version of our popular The Books That Made Me session

    Sir Godfrey Henry Oliver Palmer OBE is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Life Sciences at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, and a human rights activist.

    He discovered the barley abrasion process whilst a researcher...

  • Liam McIlvanney and Alan Parks in conversation with Caro Ramsay

    Liam McIlvanney & Alan Parks - Glasgow Crime from Home and Away

    Two crime writers set their novels in Glasgow in the 70s – one writing in Glasgow, one in New Zealand!

    The Heretic – Liam McIlvanney
    Glasgow 1975. A deadly fire. An arson attack on a Glasgow warehouse causes the deaths of a you...

  • Donna McLean in conversation with Mary Turner Thomson

    Donna McLean in conversation with Mary Turner Thomson

    A voice at the centre of the Spy Cops scandal. The great love story of Donna McLean's life wasn't just built on lies, it was one.

    You live with someone for two years and then...they simply don't exist.
    Over 40 years, two British police units...

  • Markus Rex in conversation with Stephen Peake

    An illuminating account of seafaring adventure, Arctic natural history, and cutting-edge climate science.
    Atmospheric scientist Markus Rex recounts the monumental Arctic expedition he captained for one year in this gripping and authoritative book. A groundbreaking step towards understanding the c...

  • Delia Ephron in conversation with Janice Forsyth

    If you pitched a movie about a recently widowed woman in her 70s who reconnects with a man she dated in college, leading to an exchange of emails and the pair falling in love 50 years after their first date, the studio exec would say it's too far-fetched. Yet that's just what happened to Delia Ep...