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The Penguin Podcast

  1. Michael Palin with David Baddiel2018/11/21
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  2. Tim Peake with Katy Brand 2018/11/07
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  3. Helena Kennedy with Nihal Arthanayake2018/10/24
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  4. William Boyd with Nihal Arthanayake2018/10/10
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  5. Colm Tóibín with Katy Brand2018/09/26
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  6. Sebastian Faulks with Nihal Arthanayake2018/09/12
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  7. Viv Groskop with Katy Brand2018/08/29
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  8. Claire Tomalin with David Baddiel2018/08/15
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  9. Jane Fallon with David Baddiel2018/08/01
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  10. Caitlin Moran with David Baddiel 2018/07/18
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  11. Gabourey Sidibe with Katy Brand2018/07/04
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  12. Arundhati Roy with Kirsty Lang 2018/06/20
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  13. Salman Rushdie with David Olusoga 2018/06/06
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  14. Simon Mayo and David Baddiel2018/05/23
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  15. Christie Watson with Paul Smith2018/05/09
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  16. Tracy Chevalier with Paul Smith 2018/04/25
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  17. Eoin Colfer with Paul Smith 2018/04/04
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  18. Afua Hirsch with David Olusoga 2018/03/21

    Guardian Columnist and author Afua Hirsch joins historian and broadcaster David Olusoga in the Penguin studio. Afua talks about her bestselling book ‘BRIT (ish)’ which tackles questions of race, identity and belonging in the UK. She brings along objects that inspired her work including a hot water bottle, poetry she wrote when she was a child and an Alan Paton book. #PenguinPodcast
  19. Deborah Levy with David Baddiel 2018/03/09
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  20. Reggie Yates with David Baddiel 2018/02/21
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  21. Paul Smith with Mohsin Hamid 2018/02/07
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  22. Jojo Moyes with Konnie Huq 2018/01/24
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  23. C.J. Tudor with Konnie Huq 2018/01/10

    The Chalk Man is one of this years most anticipated thrillers. Its author, C.J. Tudor, joins Konnie Huq in the Penguin studio to talk about writing her debut novel and how it became part of a furious bidding war. C.J. brings in five objects that have inspired her writing, including a Stephen King book and a glass dolphin. #PenguinPodcast
  24. Jeff Kinney with Konnie Huq 2017/12/27
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  25. Ian Rankin with David Baddiel2017/12/13
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  26. Nina Stibbe with Konnie Huq2017/11/29
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  27. No Such Thing as a Penguin Podcast2017/11/15
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  28. Stephen Fry with David Baddiel2017/11/01

    Comedian, actor, broadcaster and writer Stephen Fry joins David Baddiel in the Penguin studio to talk about his new book Mythos, which retells the Greek Myths. Stephen brings in words (instead of objects) that have inspired him and he and David discuss typewriters, AI teachers and of course the Greek gods. #PenguinPodcast
  29. Malcolm Gladwell with Paul Smith2017/10/18
    The author of five New York Times bestsellers and one of the world's most successful non-fiction writers, Malcolm Gladwell speaks to Paul Smith down the line from LA. Malcolm talks about the themes behind Blink, Outliers, David & Goliath and on writing his new book. Plus he selects five objects that have inspired his chart-topping podcast Revisionist History. #PenguinPodcast (Photo: Bill Wadman)
  30. Rachel Botsman with Konnie Huq2017/10/04
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  31. Harlan Coben with Konnie Huq2017/09/20
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  32. Anthony Horowitz with Konnie Huq2017/09/06
    Bestselling author of the Alex Rider teen series Anthony Horowitz, joins Konnie Huq in the Penguin studio to talk about his latest book. The Word is Murder is the first in his new series of crime novels. Anthony brings some objects that inspire his writing, including a human skull and a fountain pen with a real diamond in the lid. #PenguinPodcast
  33. Simon Sinek with Konnie Huq2017/08/30
    Author and motivational speaker Simon SInek joins Konnie Huq in the Penguin studio to talk about his book Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don't. Simon brings some objects that have inspired him, including a rare military coin and a photo of Victoria and Dennis Hopper. #PenguinPodcast
  34. Tim Weaver with Paul Smith2017/08/09
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  35. Naomi Klein with David Baddiel 2017/07/26
    Award-winning journalist and author Naomi Klein joins David Baddiel in the Penguin studio to talk about her new book No Is Not Enough. Naomi brings along objects including a stitch unpicker and a model of a woman blowing a shell as she talks about sounding the alarm on climate change, trashing the Trump megabrand and how to win the world we need. #PenguinPodcast
  36. Simon Sebag Montefiore with Paul Smith2017/07/12
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  37. Helen Fielding with Konnie Huq2017/06/28
    Helen Fielding joins Konnie Huq in the Penguin studio to talk about her latest book Bridget Jones’s Baby. Helen chooses objects including her own diary and her favourite writing chair as she talks about how she first dreamt up the character of Bridget Jones, and why Bridget’s struggles as a thirty-something ‘singleton’ are even more relevant today. #PenguinPodcast
  38. Carlo Rovelli with Konnie Huq2017/06/14
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  39. Jane Corry with Paul Smith2017/05/31
    Bestselling author Jane Corry joins Paul Smith in the Penguin studio to talk about her new thriller, Blood Sisters. Jane brings along objects including a photograph of her grandmother and her wedding ring as she explains how teaching creative writing in prisons helped to inspire her books, and why she loves living, and writing, by the sea. #PenguinPodcast
  40. Jo Nesbo with Konnie Huq2017/05/03
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  41. Jon Culshaw with Meera Syal2017/04/19
    Comedian and audiobook narrator Jon Culshaw joins Meera Syal in the Penguin studio in a special Doctor Who edition of the podcast. Jon brings along objects including his junior telescope and a cassette recorder as he talks about his lifelong love of astronomy, and about bringing the Doctor Who stories to life in audiobooks. #PenguinPodcast
  42. Brad Stone with David Baddiel2017/04/05
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  43. Elan Mastai with David Baddiel2017/03/22
    Screenwriter Elan Mastai joins David Baddiel in the Penguin studio to talk about his debut novel All Our Wrong Todays. Elan brings along objects including a bad avocado and his grandfather’s copy of Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle as he talks about his lifelong love of science fiction, and explains why his dog is his writing assistant. #PenguinPodcast
  44. David Hepworth with Paul Smith2017/03/08
    David Hepworth joins Paul Smith in the Penguin studio to talk about his latest book 1971: Never A Dull Moment. David brings along objects including his copy of David Bowie’s Hunky Dory and a picture of himself aged twenty-one as he explains why 1971 was the golden year for rock music, and reminisces about collecting Ringo Starr’s bins. #PenguinPodcast
  45. John Boyne with Paul Smith2017/02/22
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  46. Harriet Harman with Konnie Huq2017/02/08
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  47. Ruby Wax with David Baddiel 2017/01/25
    Ruby Wax joins David Baddiel in the Penguin studio to talk about her book A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled. Ruby brings along objects including her graduation gown, a pair of red knickers and a plastic pig as she explains why she is fascinated by how the brain works, and how mindfulness has changed her life. #PenguinPodcast
  48. Ali Land with Paul Smith2017/01/11
    Ali Land joins Paul Smith in the Penguin studio to talk about her debut novel Good Me Bad Me. Ali brings along a selection of objects, including a scrapbook she made whilst working as a mental health nurse and a pair of sandals from Bondi Beach, as she explains why she is fascinated by the human psyche, and how travelling the world helped her to write her novel. #PenguinPodcast
  49. Tom Fletcher with Konnie Huq2016/12/26
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  50. James Oswald with Konnie Huq2016/12/14
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  51. Zadie Smith with David Baddiel2016/11/30
    Zadie Smith joins David Baddiel in the Penguin studio to talk about her latest novel, Swing Time. Zadie brings along objects including a carved wooden head, a sequinned glove and a book on Fred Astaire as she talks dancing, motherhood and the importance of knowing your roots. #PenguinPodcast
  52. Johnny Marr with David Baddiel2016/11/16
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  53. Alexandra Shulman with Richard E. Grant2016/11/02
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  54. The Football Ramble2016/10/19
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  55. Clare Balding with Richard E. Grant2016/10/05
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  56. Robert Harris with Richard E. Grant2016/09/28
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  57. Highlights from the Penguin Podcast - Episode 22016/09/07
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  58. Highlights from the Penguin Podcast - Episode 12016/08/17
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  59. Shappi Khorsandi with Richard E. Grant2016/07/27
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  60. Emma Kennedy with Richard E. Grant2016/07/06
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  61. John Finnemore with Richard E. Grant2016/06/15
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  62. Irvine Welsh with Richard E. Grant 2016/05/25
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  63. Chris Packham with Richard E. Grant 2016/05/05
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  64. Alain de Botton with Richard E. Grant2016/04/27
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  65. Francesca Martinez with Richard E. Grant 2016/04/06
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  66. Shami Chakrabarti with Richard E. Grant 2016/03/16
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  67. Colm Tóibín with Richard E. Grant2016/02/29
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  68. Howard Jacobson with Richard E. Grant 2016/02/23
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  69. Louis de Bernières with Richard E. Grant 2016/02/02
    The author of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin joins Richard E. Grant in the Penguin Studio to talk about his major new novel, The Dust That Falls From Dreams. Louis brings his great grandmother’s diaries and a handmade ‘guitar-lute’ into the Penguin studio and tells Richard how, for him, music wards off insanity.
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  70. Phil Redmond with Richard E. Grant 2016/01/12
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  71. Michael Acton Smith with Richard E. Grant 2015/12/29
    Michael Acton Smith, founder of Mind Candy who created Moshi Monsters demystifies mindfulness and talks to Richard about how it can be used to rewire our brains, change the way we see the world and help us unlock our true potential. Michael reveals what lead him to write ‘Calm’ and how mindfulness changed his life.
  72. Neil Gaiman with Richard E. Grant 2015/12/08
    Neil Gaiman discusses his friendship with the late Terry Pratchett and how they worked together to create Good Omens, a story of the impending apocalypse. Neil reveals how they relied on an answerphone to write the book and how Terry helped him with writers block.
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  73. Elvis Costello with Richard E. Grant2015/11/17
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  74. Bill Bryson with Richard E. Grant – Live2015/10/27
    Bill Bryson discusses The Road to Little Dribbling, his follow up to Notes From A Small Island. To tell the story of his journey Bill brings along his passport, a walking stick, a cow, Stonehenge and an ordnance survey map. Recorded with Richard E. Grant in front of a live audience at the Cambridge Corn Exchange.

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  75. Paula Hawkins with Richard E. Grant2015/10/06
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  76. Meera Syal with Richard E. Grant 2015/09/15
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  77. Pat Barker with Richard E. Grant2015/08/25
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  78. Bridget Christie with Richard E. Grant2015/08/04
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  79. Kate Atkinson with Richard E. Grant2015/07/15
    Kate Atkinson brings an antique silver hare, a Halifax Bomber and Beethoven’s 9th Symphony to the Penguin Studio to talk about her latest book ‘A God In Ruins’ with host Richard E Grant. The topics of conversation include the long-term effects of war on veterans, The Queen, how we age and the power of classical music to evoke an emotional response in us all.

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The Penguin Podcast
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Conversations with some our of leading authors and creative thinkers, as we seek to understand how they write and where their ideas come from. Guests bring to the interview five objects that have inspired their work.  #PenguinPodcast

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