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‘Wasn’t every writer, like every Jew, an eternal alien? Didn’t it constitute their very state of being? ‘

Babs Horton takes us to Tredegar, a small town in the Welsh Valleys, ravaged by coal and politics.

Brian Clegg re-haunts the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge, where the ghosts of modern physics collect.

Tamar Yellin explains the influence of the moorland landscape of Bronte Country on her life and work.

‘I managed the page proofs of my latest novel, Her Husband’s Lover, as I sat at my father’s deathbed, but after that I was out of contract.’
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