Seamus Heaney, Karl Miller & Andrew O'Hagan: Friends Reunited
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Karl Miller was literary critic of the Spectator and the New Statesman before launching the London Review of Books in 1979. His passion for the countryside recently led to a series of journeys through Scotland, Wales and Ireland with his friends, the poet Seamus Heaney and the novelist Andrew O'Hagan. Today they reunite to remember their odyssey, and to discuss Miller's new book of essays, Tretower to Clyro. Part of Edinburgh International Book Festival
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