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St Vincent, Andrew Michael Hurley, The Tin Drum, Daljit Nagra

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St Vincent on her new album Masseduction, and novelist Andrew Michael Hurley.

St Vincent discusses her new album Masseduction; poet Daljit Nagra on poetry in TV and radio adverts; novelist Andrew Michael Hurley; and Gunter Grass's The Tin Drum on stage.

The American singer St. Vincent, aka Annie Clark, discusses her new album Masseduction.

Andrew Michael Hurley's debut novel The Loney was a runaway success, winning the 2015 Costa Book Award in the First Novel category. The author discusses his follow-up, Devil's Day, which like The Loney is a gothic horror story set in Lancashire.

The Tin Drum by Nobel Laureate Günter Grass centres on Oskar, who refuses to grow from the age of 3 and has a voice that can shatter glass. The Cornwall-based theatre company Kneehigh have adapted the story for the stage and is currently touring the UK. Writer and broadcaster Paul Allen reviews.

Poet Daljit Nagra considers the current fashion for TV and radio adverts to feature poetry.

Presenter Stig Abell

Producer Jerome Weatherald.

Credits

Presenter
Stig Abell
Interviewed Guest
undefined St Vincent
Interviewed Guest
Andrew Hurley
Interviewed Guest
Paul Allen
Interviewed Guest
Daljit Nagra
Producer
Jerome Weatherald

Brand

Front Row

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