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Amanda Whittington & William Palmer part 2

Amanda Whittington

Amanda Whittington shares her audio diary ‘My Writing Week’, and we conclude William Palmer’s interview with Carole Angier. Amanda Whittington takes us to the London premiere of her play Miss Johnson, and then back home to Nottingham, new work and noisy builders. William Palmer speaks with Carole Angier about his later novels, the death of Empire and his need for a distancing historical ‘frame’ for his fiction.

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