Sessions recorded at Writers and Readers Festivals in New Zealand
Brian Edwards chairs a lively session at the 2012 Auckland Writers and Readers Festival with one of Ireland's best-known contemporary authors.
One of New Zealand's best-known contemporary authors looks back with publisher Geoff Walker over a life devoted to fiction.
Chandran Nair from Hong Kong explores his theory of Consumptionomics, in this year's Michael King Memorial Lecture. Nevil Gibson from the NBR is in the chair.
Distinguished Irish author Sebastian Barry discusses his work with Jan Cronin.
Caroline Moorehead discusses with Carole Beu her book 'A Train in Winter', which tells the story of 230 women of the French Resistance sent to Auschwitz.
A panel discussion on the theme "Broken Britain". Robyn Congreve is chairing the session, which features UK writers Stella Rimington, AD Miller and Geoff Dyer.