The writer and broadcaster’s latest novel is a fresh take on one of history’s greatest love stories, reimagining the moving and enduring tale of the brilliant student Heloise and her teacher, the philosopher Peter Abelard, whose dangerous love affair incurs terrible retribution.
One of our best known and respected broadcasters, Melvyn Bragg has been at the forefront of arts, culture and academic discussion for nearly 60 years. He has worked on many ground-breaking programmes, most prominently as editor and presenter of The South Bank Show and for the Radio 4 discussion series In Our Time and Start the Week. His writing includes an array of award-winning fiction and non-fiction.
Sunday 23 February 2020,12.30-1.30pm, Alexander Centre Main Room. £12
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