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It's 1975 and Francis McNulty is nearing the end of his life but feeling far from peaceful.
It is almost impossible to summarise the extraordinary life of Mariella Novotny in a few paragraphs.
Plastered over t-shirts and tote bags, the word 'feminist' has entered the mainstream and is fast becoming a popular slogan for our generation. But feminism isn't a commodity up for purchase; it's a weapon for fighting against injustice.
Radical Readers: Can't Pay, Won't Pay: The Fight to Stop the Poll Tax with author Simon Hannah (Readers and Writers Festival)
Thirty years ago, a social movement helped bring down one of the most powerful British Prime Ministers of the 20th Century.
Join Paul Morley to discuss his new insightful biography of one of the world’s greatest musicians, Bob Dylan, who has enriched the American song tradition for over 50 years.
As the sun rises, two star-crossed lovers try to find their way back to one another across this single day. When night falls, all have been given a gift, and many are no longer the same.
Join us for a very special virtual event with four fantastic authors.
Fresh out of Cleveland, naive Mary Ann tumbles headlong into a brave new world of pot-growing landladies, cut-throat debutantes, spaced-out neighbours and outrageous parties.
Mahmood Mattan is a fixture in Cardiff's Tiger Bay, 1952, which bustles with Somali and West Indian sailors, Maltese businessmen and Jewish families. He is a father, chancer, some-time petty thief.