Bideford Library on TV show
BIDEFORD library is to feature on a brand new Channel 4 book programme on Sunday. The library plays host to an interview with local author Belinda Bauer, whose debut novel, Blacklands, tells the chilling story of a young boy who writes to a serial killer
BIDEFORD library is to feature on a brand new Channel 4 book programme on Sunday. The library plays host to an interview with local author Belinda Bauer, whose debut novel, Blacklands, tells the chilling story of a young boy who writes to a serial killer and digs holes on Exmoor to find out where his uncle's body is buried.
The TV Book Club, co-hosted by comedians Jo Brand and Dave Spikey, fashion guru Gok Wan, actor Nathaniel Parker and actress Laila Rouass, takes a look at what's new in the literary world.
All the books featured on the show are available in the library and Belinda will be visiting the library at 7pm on February 11 to talk about her new book. Tickets are free.
Tickets to the event are free on (01237) 476075.
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The TV Book Club airs on Sunday on More4 at 7.30pm and is repeated on Monday on Channel 4 at 12.05pm.
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