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Students Take Part in BBC Radio 4's Bookclub

Posted on 1st June 2017

Pictured L-R: James Naughtie, Eleanor Benson, Polly Woodhouse, Charlie Wellings, Ellie Crowson-Jeffery, Jess Cobb, Zoe Haylock, Bea Kerry, Paula Roffey and Hari Kunzru

Five student members of the College Book Club took  part in a Hay Festival recording of BBC Radio 4’s Bookclub with James Naughtie on Sunday, 28th May.

The five students - Ellie Crowson-Jeffery, Zoe Haylock, Beatrice Kerry, Charlie Wellings, Polly Woodhouse - asked Hari Kunzru questions about his 2011 novel, Gods Without Men.

Four students got to ask questions - Bea , Charlie , Zoe and Polly - Bea was picked to ask the first question.

The recording of Bookclub will be broadcast on Radio 4 on 4th June at 5.00pm and 8th June at 3.30pm. 

Hari Kunzru signing a copy of his book for the College Library

Hari Kunzru signing a copy of his book for the College Library