Nicholas Murray is the author of several biographies, and it is literary biography – and in particular his acclaimed life of Huxley – that he discusses here with George Miller.
Peter Forbes talks us through a career that has always relied on the power, precision and adaptability of words.
Stephen Wakelam survives changing fashions in TV drama (while at heart staying the same).
Jane Feaver examines the nostalgic impulse and its relationship with the pastoral, and celebrates their combined generative power in the act of writing.
Katharine McMahon considers the role that location plays in historical fiction, and at what point a writer should go and explore it.
Tony Gould speaks with Carole Angier about his long writing career and the different subjects it has touched on, from military history and memoir to dole queues and diseases.