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Alan Bennett's Diaries, a new documentary about the author, will be broadcast in cinemas with a live Q&A from Alan's local library in Primrose Hill in November

The authors of Why Deals Fail and How to Rescue Them answer quetsions about their book - including what makes it different to others on the subject of mergers and acquisitions.

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The former MP and Labour government minister talks candidly about his life. Before entering parliament he reported from wars in Vietnam and Cambodia and tracked down the survivors of the CIA operation in Tibet. Author of acclaimed political diaries and three novels (including A Very British Coup), his successful campaign to free those convicted of the Birmingham bombings was described as 'one of the greatest feats ever achieved by an investigative reporter'.
Author, journalist and former minister, Chris Mullin discusses his recently published memoirs, 'Hinterland'.
With the advent of Crossrail 2 this timely event examines the impact the railways have had on Britain's trade, tourism and time. A vital part of national life for nearly 200 years, the railways have transformed lives and landscapes. As a self-contained world governed by distinctive rules and traditions, the network also exerts a fascination all its own. Simon Bradley is one of Britain's foremost experts on the railways: his book was the Sunday Times History Book of the Year 2015 and BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week. Join Simon on a journey through Britain's railways.

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