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Anna MacLeod is joined by guests who discuss their favourite books and why they have made an impact on their lives.
Anna MacLeod talks to guests Rody Gorman and Ramsay MacMahon about their favourite books. Rody's choice is James Joyce's Ulysses, a book he started reading at 17 years of age and completed only two years ago. Meanwhile, Ramsay MacMahon discusses the works of other classic writers, such as Bram Stoker and Oscar Wilde, and their treatment of the human condition.
Anna MacLeod talks to guests Carina MacLeod and Hannah McKirdy about their favourite books. Carina shares her passion for Faith Healer, an intriguing stage play written by Brian Friel. Meanwhile, the works of Iain Banks features as Hannah McKirdy talks about The Steep Approach to Garbadale, set in Scotland and abroad and based on a family facing difficult times.
Anna MacLeod talks to guests Maureen Hammond and Donald MacCormick about their favourite books. Artist and teacher Maureen discusses a pictorial account of Southern France, while antiquarian bookseller Donald recalls Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped. They also share their views on books about the Clearances and stories of the spirit world.
Anna MacLeod talks to guests Amanda Millen and Seonaidh Charity about their favourite books. Amanda Millen discusses Alan Garner's fantasy fiction novel 'The Weirdstone of Brisingamen', which is based on English folklore. Short story writer Seonaidh Charity looks at 'For Whom the Bell Tolls' and considers how Hemingway's own voice and personal experience are prevalent in his writing. They also share their views on books chosen by each for the other to read.
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