Video Gallery

Watch the latest videos on our edbookfest YouTube channel - videos of many 2016 Book Festival events and interviews are available now.

You can also find lively podcasts on iTunes with author chats and interesting snippets.

Roddy Doyle (2010 event)
Roddy Doyle (2010 event)

Booker Prize author Roddy Doyle's writing has been described as urgent, funny and often deeply moving, in this video we see him reading from his new novel The Dead Republic bef…

Louise Welsh (2010 event)
Louise Welsh (2010 event)

Much-loved author of The Cutting Room and The Bullet Trick Louise Welsh discusses and reads from her new novel…

Garth Nix (2010 children's event)
Garth Nix (2010 children's event)

The engaging Australian fantasy writer Garth Nix  talks about his gripping The Keys to the Kingdom series…

Rodge Glass, Jen Hadfield and Eleanor Thom (2010 event)
Rodge Glass, Jen Hadfield and Eleanor Thom (2010 event)

Three leading authors, who are all part of the writing project Elsewhere commissioned by the Book Festival, discuss what it felt like to be asked to take part…

Anne Donovan, Kirstin Innes, Allan Radcliffe and Jason Donald (2010 event)
Anne Donovan, Kirstin Innes, Allan Radcliffe and Jason Donald (2010 event)

From the word 'Elsewhere' four writers have created very different tales, Not Scotland, Horror Story, Chicago and Puerto Galera, join chair Jenny Brown and the authors as t…

Debi Gliori (2010 children's event)
Debi Gliori (2010 children's event)

Debi Gliori takes us on an enchanting journey, wandering through the forests and meeting the animal characters in her acclaimed books…

Andy Stanton (2010 children's event)
Andy Stanton (2010 children's event)

Highly energetic, funny-man Andy Stanton reads from jotters that he wrote when he was eight…

Michel Faber (2010 event)
Michel Faber (2010 event)

The acclaimed author of The Crimson Petal and the White describes how ‘elsewhere’ can be hilariously ordinary…

Karen Campbell and Simon Lelic (2010 event)
Karen Campbell and Simon Lelic (2010 event)

Two of Britain's leading young writers stretch the boundaries of crime fiction…

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