Red Hot Chilli Writers
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Episode 18 - Will Dean, post apocalyptic pandemic fiction, how to survive working at home
Episode 17 - Kia Abdullah, political thrillers, John le Carre, and turmeric - the cure for all ills
Episode 16 - Tony Kent, dodgy boxers, the broken legal system, virtue signalling, and democracy on trial.
Episode 15 - Amer Anwar, diversity initiatives on trial, Black Frankenstein, diversity in romance fiction
Episode 14 - Onjali Rauf, children's fiction from around the world, Lewis Carroll's jabberwocky words
Episode 13 - Barry Forshaw, BBC’s new Dracula adaptation, gothic fiction, and Count Duckula.
Episode 12 - Natasha Pulley, New Year's resolutions and strange New Year's customs, and how not to use the phrase 'deus ex machina'
Episode 11 - Dorothy Koomson, Christmas movies on trial, 'Brown Christmas', 2019 lowlights, Area 51 and a strange banana
Episode 10 - Nikesh Shukla, Great Literary Themes with Dorothy Koomson, Your name in a novel competition, Bollywood battle: Mum v Alex
Episode 9 - Luan Goldie, Brownface on trial, Death in the East, Asia-set classics, the secrets to writing and pitching a new TV series.
Episode 8 - Chris Whitaker, Introverts v Extroverts, a review of "Quiet" by Susan Cain, and how Bollywood took over the world
Episode 7 - Patrick Gale, the CWA Dagger awards, weird Stephen King facts, fairytales on trial, and the greatest ever horror films
Episode 6 - Elly Griffiths, Agatha Christie's disappearance, a fat bear contest, the Booker Prize, A Very Expensive Poison and book blurbs
Episode 5 - Bobby Seagull, who invented Zero, Bloody Scotland, Robert Burns, Capital Crime, Roald Dahl on trial and Quickreads
Episode 4 - Helen Jukes, how to keep bees, Bond on trial, visiting Jane Austen, "Blinded by the Light" review, and how to write screenplays
Episode 3 - Clare Mackintosh, judging literary prizes, the Bradford Lit Fest, Escape Rooms, and a novel use for the hula
Episode 2 - Ruth Ware, Theakston's Old Peculiar Crime Festival, Rudyard Kipling on trial, and a play called Sweat
Episode 1 - Ann Cleeves, Shakespeare on trial, Reality TV and the world's unluckiest parrot
Introduction to the Red Hot Chilli Writers podcast