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1. Guardian Live event with Ian McEwan

Guardian Live event with Ian McEwan

In this week’s podcast, Ian McEwan talks about his latest novel, Nutshell, a retelling of Hamlet but through the eyes of foetus. Elsinore is transported to London’s prosperous St John’s Wood, Gertrude is transformed into wine-quaffing mother-to-be Trudy and Claudius into Claude – an insufferable bore capable only of speaking in cliches. In a live event recorded at the Royal Geographical Society in London, McEwan talks to Mark Lawson about everything from the necessary art of hesitation to the risks of working for Hollywood, the challenges of finding a voice for an unborn character … and identity politics. Reading list Nutshell by Ian McEwan (Vintage)

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2. John Irving in conversation with Jeanette Winterson - Guardian Live

John Irving in conversation with Jeanette Winterson - Guardian Live

At a Guardian Live event John Irving, one of America’s greatest living novelists, discusses his new book, Avenue of Mysteries, with author and professor of creative writing Jeanette Winterson Feb 08, 2016

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3. Frederick Forsyth with Mark Lawson - Guardian Live event

Frederick Forsyth with Mark Lawson - Guardian Live event

To celebrate the publication of his autobiography The Outsider, Frederick Forsyth gives a rare public interview discussing his life as a bestselling novelist and Cold War spy Jan 23, 2016

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4. John Irving in conversation with Jeanette Winterson - Guardian Live

John Irving in conversation with Jeanette Winterson - Guardian Live

At a Guardian Live event John Irving, one of America’s greatest living novelists, discusses his new book, Avenue of Mysteries, with author and professor of creative writing Jeanette Winterson

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5. Frederick Forsyth with Mark Lawson - Guardian Live event

Frederick Forsyth with Mark Lawson - Guardian Live event

To celebrate the publication of his autobiography The Outsider, Frederick Forsyth gives a rare public interview discussing his life as a bestselling novelist and Cold War spy

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6. A year of Brexit – Politics Weekly podcast live

A year of Brexit – Politics Weekly podcast live

Anushka Asthana and Heather Stewart host a live podcast event in London looking back at a political year dominated by Brexit

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7. Guardian Live presents a Science Weekly Extra: Pluto and beyond - podcast

Guardian Live presents a Science Weekly Extra: Pluto and beyond - podcast

In July, after travelling for 3bn miles and nine and a half years, Nasa's New Horizons spacecraft flew past Pluto, giving us our first ever glimpse of the dwarf planet. What next in space exploration?Ian SampleMaggie Aderin-PocockKevin FongMonica Grady Sep 24, 2015

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8. Politics Weekly podcast: coalition Britain - a great place to live?

Politics Weekly podcast: coalition Britain - a great place to live?

Heather Stewart, Andrew Gimson and Toby Helm join Tom Clark to discuss an OECD report which ranked Britain as among the world's best places to live and work. Plus: Ed Miliband's living wage pledge; and Lynton Crosby gears up for a no-nonsense Tory election campaignTom ClarkPhil MaynardToby HelmAndrew GimsonHeather Stewart Nov 07, 2013

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9. Politics Weekly podcast: Live at the Soho Theatre

Politics Weekly podcast: Live at the Soho Theatre

Stella Creasy, Matt Forde, Hugh Muir and Anne Perkins join Tom Clark for a special edition of Politics Weekly live at the Soho Theatre as part of the Guardian's Alternative Party ConferenceTom ClarkStella CreasyAnne PerkinsHugh MuirPhil Maynard Nov 07, 2015

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10. Guardian Live presents a Science Weekly Extra: Pluto and beyond - podcast

Guardian Live presents a Science Weekly Extra: Pluto and beyond - podcast

In July, after travelling for 3bn miles and nine and a half years, Nasa’s New Horizons spacecraft flew past Pluto, giving us our first ever glimpse of the dwarf planet. What else is in store during this exciting year of space exploration?

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11. Jeanette Winterson and Helen Macdonald Live Event - books podcast

Jeanette Winterson and Helen Macdonald Live Event - books podcast

Alex Clark discusses the challenges of writing your own life story with the authors of Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? and H Is for HawkAlex ClarkEva KrysiakClaire Armitstead Jul 15, 2015

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12. Politics Weekly podcast – live in Manchester

Politics Weekly podcast – live in Manchester

Polly Toynbee, Michael White and John Harris discuss the forthcoming election campaignTom ClarkFrancesca PanettaJohn HarrisMichael WhitePolly ToynbeeMartin WainwrightJohn Domokos Mar 17, 2010

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13. Politics Weekly podcast: Live at the Soho Theatre

Politics Weekly podcast: Live at the Soho Theatre

Stella Creasy, Matt Forde, Hugh Muir and Anne Perkins join Tom Clark for a special edition of Politics Weekly live at the Soho Theatre as part of the Guardian's Alternative Party Conference Nov 07, 2015

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14. Politics Weekly podcast: Live at the Soho Theatre

Politics Weekly podcast: Live at the Soho Theatre

Stella Creasy, Matt Forde, Hugh Muir and Anne Perkins join Tom Clark for a special edition of Politics Weekly live at the Soho Theatre as part of the Guardian's Alternative Party Conference

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15. Jeanette Winterson and Helen Macdonald Live Event

Jeanette Winterson and Helen Macdonald Live Event

Alex Clark discusses the challenges of writing your own life story with the authors of Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? and H Is for Hawk Dec 04, 2015

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16. Jeanette Winterson and Helen Macdonald Live Event

Jeanette Winterson and Helen Macdonald Live Event

Alex Clark discusses the challenges of writing your own life story with the authors of Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? and H Is for Hawk

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17. Science Weekly live: call for listener's questions - Science Weekly podcast

Science Weekly live: call for listener's questions - Science Weekly podcast

This Thursday, we’ll be recording a very special Q&A episode with Brian Cox and Jeff Forshaw and we want your questions!

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18. Take part in a live recording of our Science Weekly podcast at the Royal Institution - video

Take part in a live recording of our Science Weekly podcast at the Royal Institution - video

The Guardian's Science Weekly podcast will be recorded live at the Royal Institution in London at 7pm on Wednesday 28 March, with special guests, demonstrations and lots of audience participationAlok JhaJason Phipps Mar 19, 2012

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20. Burying the legacy of Tony Abbott's prime ministership – Australian politics live podcast

Burying the legacy of Tony Abbott's prime ministership – Australian politics live podcast

Lenore Taylor, Greg Jericho and Katharine Murphy examine the contradictions in the budget: creating a $6bn bank levy but continuing to cut company tax; raising the Medicare levy but letting the budget repair levy expire. Will the changes to the Medicare levy and Help debt repayment squeeze people too hard? Or are the other spending promises enough to bring voters back to the Coalition?

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