Natalie Haynes is a writer and broadcaster. In 2015 she was awarded the Classical Association prize for her work in bringing classics to a wider audience. A second series of Natalie Haynes stands up for the classics will be broadcast on Radio 4 next year. She can be frequently heard reviewing for Front Row and Saturday Review and has been a judge for the Man Booker and other literary prizes. Audiences hold no fear for Natalie who worked for ten years as a stand-up comedian. She will be in conversation with Nicholas Clee about her new book, THE CHILDREN OF JOCASTA, published in May.
Nicholas Clee is a journalist and author. A past editor of The Bookseller, he is currently joint editor of BookBrunch, a book industry website and newsletter. His books are Eclipse: The story of the Rogue, The Madam and the Horse that changed racing, a cookbook entitled Don't Sweat the Aubergine and a memoir, Things I am ashamed of.