Words

This year’s literary line-up will bring you a mixture of big names and more than its fair share of surprises.

As ever, this year we’re seeking out the best new writers around, providing a platform for international and local talent, and playing host to some of our most beloved authors. And don’t forget, there will be a fantastic array of children’s authors onsite across both the literary stages and in the Wildlings Wood, to keep kids occupied throughout the day (and even at bedtime).

Russell Brand

Shappi Khorsandi

Polly Russell

Emily Maitlis

Lily Allen

Hal Cruttenden

Imelda May

Katy Brand

Charlie Higson

Robin Ince

Simon Farnaby

Hiromi Nakajima

Max Porter

Extinction Rebellion: Tamsin Omond and Sara Arnold

Will Hodgkinson

Simon Armitage

Patrick Gale

Bruce Parry: Tribal Insights – Power and Revolution

Martin Parr

Ben Okri

Viv Groskop

Robert Elms

Hugo Williams

Decca Aitkenhead

Paul Mason

Keggie Carew

Daljit Nagra

Luke Turner

Lavinia Greenlaw

Jon Savage

Chris Watson

Sir Tim Smit

J.R. Carpenter

Duncan Minshull

Rosy Carrick

Kavita Puri

Sean Langan

Tim Lott

Luke Wright

Louise Fazackerley

Mark Vernon: What Our Ancestors Knew

Jojo Mehta: Ecocide and Regenerating our Relationship to Nature

Shane Mauss: Regenerating Consciousness

Michelle Madsen

The Regeneration: Rory Spowers

Tim Clare

Good Food for Everyone, Forever – Colin Tudge

Frisbee Tree Golf with Ben Moor

Hugo Spowers and Adam Lusby – The Circular Economy and Ecological Design

Bella Figura with Kamin Mohammadi

Sandy Burnett

Yara Rodrigues Fowler

Ruth Rosen performing Keats: Bright Star

Psychedelic Medicine Research and Drug Policy Reform

Elizabeth Jane Burnett

Jonathan Rée

David Hepworth

Matthew de Abaitua

Matthew De Abaitua

John Osborne

Richard Larn OBE

Kerry Hudson

Iona Lee

Will Harris

Joelle Taylor

Jonathan Scott

Peter Golding

Katie Hale

William Sieghart

Ben Norris

Antosh Wojcik

Josh Cohen

Fred Taylor

Jonny Fluffypunk

Dr Rebecca Tamás

Wild Signs and Star Paths with Tristan Gooley

Kate Spicer

Michael Bird

Damian Le Bas

Will Ashon

Gina Rippon

Colin Pantall

Rev Fergus Butler-Gallie

Emma Warren

John Lanchester

Jess Green

Tim Turnbull

Hannah Peel

Rosie Wilby: The Break-up Monologues

Jon Gray & Jamie Keenan

Natasha Carthew

Rachael Allen

Dina Nayeri

Hafsah Aneela Bashir

Sally Jenkinson

Roy Wilkinson’s Pop & Nature Quiz

Haseeb Iqbal

William Sitwell

Youth

Richard King (& Emma Warren)

Stephanie Theobald

Tristan Donovan

Women on the Frontline of Music: Amy Raphael & Will Hogkinson

Kurt Jackson

Raymond Antrobus

Zing Tsjeng

Iain Gately

Ru Callender

Anthony Anaxagorou

John Mitchinson

Dr Matthew Green

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