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Max Adams explores the role that long-distance walking plays in his work and his life.

Ann Coburn considers the importance of creating a sense of place when writing for children and young adults.


John Keay speaks with James McConnachie about relics of Empire and roving Scots, the other writers in his family and the hectic schedule of non-fiction writers with new books to promote.