Following the success of last year's hybrid Festival, we are once again offering a mix of in-person, live stream, and recorded ticket options. On this event page, you will be able to browse the events that are being recorded.
- Julia Samuel: Every Family Has a Story
- John Crace: A Farewell to Calm
- Helen Taylor: Why Women Read Fiction
- Isy Suttie: Jane is Trying
- Caitlin Davies: Queens of the Underworld: A Journey into the Lives of Female Crooks
- Julia Stonehouse: John Stonehouse, My Father: The True Story of the Runaway MP
- Stacey Halls: Mrs England
- Arthur der Weduwen and Andrew Pettegree: The Library: A Fragile History
- Patrick Mackie: Mozart in Motion: His Work and His World in Pieces
- Dr Amy Jeffs: Storyland: A New Mythology of Britain
- David Hendy: The BBC: A People's History
- Andrew Roberts: George III: The Life and Reign of Britain's Most Misunderstood Monarch
- *Esme Young: Behind the Seams: My Life in Creativity, Friendship and Adventure
- Morning Coffee with Victoria Finlay: Fabric: The Hidden History of the Material World
- Tom Bradby: Yesterday's Spy
- Sarah Moss: The Fell
- Tea with Wendy Mitchell: What I wish people knew about dementia
- Christopher Somerville: A View from the Hill: Four Seasons in A Walker's Britain
- Joanna Cannon: A Tidy Ending
- Paul Mason: How To Stop Facism
When you book to view a recording, you will receive an order confirmation via email.
We will add your email address to our database and email you the link to watch the recorded event/s. You will receive this by 7pm on Thursday 2 June. These event/s will be available for you to view until 7pm on Thursday 14 July.
*Please note: Esme Young's event will only be available to watch for two weeks, until Thursday 16 June.