This year’s literary line-up brings you a glorious mixture of big names and more than its fair share of surprises. We can’t wait!

Shazia Mirza

Hollie McNish

Louis De Bernières

Eimear McBride

Matt Haig

Daisy Buchanan

Nina Stibbe

Ceri Levy in conversation with Pete Fowler

Karl Hyde in conversation with Robin Turner

Decca Aitkenhead

Andrew O’Hagan

Luke Wright

Catherine Smith

Chibundu Onuzo

Gwendoline Riley

Julianne Pachico

Natasha Illum Berg

Stuart Heritage

Tom Wrigglesworth

Adam O’Riordan

Syd Moore

Abigail Reynolds

Alex Bellos

Caroline Bird

Tiffany Atkinson

Elvis McGonagall

Clinic

Hannah Jane Walker

Hannah Silva

Hugo Williams

Deanna Rodger

Bella Bathurst

John Osborne

Jackie Hagan

Toria Garbutt

Project Adorno

Rob Auton

Ros Barber

Thick Richard

Vanessa Kisuule

Mike Garry

Ross Sutherland

Salena Godden

Johnny Fluffypunk

Bohdan Piasecki

Rosy Carrick

Sally Jenkinson

Kayo Chingonyi

Omar Robert Hamilton

Tom Fort

Clover Stroud

Robert Newman

Andrew Simms

Mathew Clayton

Sophie McKeand

Melissa Harrison

Mona Arshi

David Keenan

Ilan Pappe

Alex Preston

Richard Mason

Kira Cochrane

Huw Lewis Jones and Kari Herbert

Ben Lyttleton

Claire & Rupert Callender

James Brown

Dr Matthew Green

Zaffar Kunial

Sara Baume

Will Burns

Martha Sprackland

Ted Kessler’s My Old Man

How to Tell a Story with Tim Lott

Business for Bohemians with Tom Hodgkinson

Lucy Cooke’s Menagerie of the Misunderstood

Joy Lo Dico

Harry Mount

Louisa Thomsen Brits: The Cult of Hygge

Philosophy and Psychology walks

Geoff Dyer

Idle Beekeeping

Jules Evans

Ben Macintyre

John Shuttleworth

Matt Harvey

Fish and Fire: Outdoor Cooking

Crispin Hunt

Cosey Fanni Tutti

Martin Parr

Robert Fox

Michèle Roberts

Rowan Pelling on The Amorist

John Andrews

‘Footing It’ Literary Stroll with Duncan Minshull

André Naffis-Sahely