International Festival 2017 Recordings of Talks

Guy Burgess, Soviet Spy, and Graham Greene: a talk by Andrew Lownie, literary agent and biographer of Burgess.


Writing Modern Fiction: best-selling novelist Louise Doughty is interviewed about her work and the craft of writing fiction by Dr Creina Mansfield.


Brighton and Beyond: Writing Modern Crime Fiction: a talk by bestselling novelist Peter James.


Graham Greene and the Honorary Consul: a talk by Pierre Joannon, formerly Irish Honorary Consul in Nice, about the Graham Greene he knew.


Our Man in Hanoi: the strange and enduring friendship of Graham Greene and confidential agent Trevor Wilson: a talk by Professor Kevin Ruane.


The Five Lives of the Congo Journal: a talk by Professor Michael Meeuwis on the diary Greene kept when he went to the Belgian Congo.


The Priesthood and Graham Greene’s Writing: The Reverend Giles Fraser is interviewed by Mike Hill on the nature of priesthood and how it is represented in Greene’s writings.


Judging a book by its cover: Tim Hetherington, designer of the Vintage Greene book covers, is interviewed by Mike Hill about his work.