22 May, 7.15pm Fiction as the New Rock 'n' Roll

22 May, 7.15pm Fiction as the New Rock 'n' Roll

Fiction as the New Rock 'n' Roll
Alan Warner & Dawnie Walton chaired by Kirstin Innes
7.15pm BST
This event will be live and available to watch for three weeks after the broadcast date to accommodate different time zones (removed on 13th June 2021).

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22 May, 7.15pm Fiction as the New Rock 'n' Roll

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  • 22 May, 7.15pm Fiction as the New Rock 'n' Roll

    Fiction as the New Rock 'n' Roll
    Alan Warner & Dawnie Walton chaired by Kirstin Innes

    7.15pm – 8.15pm BST*

    Kitchenly 434 is the latest novel from Alan Warner, author of Morven Callar and The Sopranos.
    It's the late 70s: the country is on the cusp of the arrival of Margaret Thatcher as Prime...