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Experts discussed how digital freedom has been hampered by surveillance.
Sir Mark Tully KBE shares his views on changing India and our Literature Festival.
John Everard, Paul French and Charles Scanlon shared their experiences of North Korea at Asia House.
British Asian experts debate the comedy scene in the UK.
Pakistani author Kamila Shamsie discusses her latest novel A God in Every Stone with Arifa Akbar.
Brigid Keenan gives a hilarious account of her exploits overseas and new life in the West Country.
Hanif Kureishi spoke about V S Naipaul and the controversy he sparked at Bath Literature Festival.
Experts speculate on the outcome of the Indian election at the third pre-Literature Festival event.
The Korean artist's work, inspired by our Literature Festival, will be displayed throughout May.
The director of our 2014 Literature Festival explains why she chose Changing Values as its theme.
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