This week we're going Bond-mental so join us to see if TV scriptwriter-turned YA action powerhouse Anthony Horowitz can possibly take a seat at the table with Faulks, Deaver, Boyd and Fleming.
Revisiting my favourite book from Douglas Adams (and John Lloyd). Place names are given hilarious definitions. You know the one. The little black one that lives in the downstairs toilet at your in-laws' house.
In an unbelievably sweary episode we fondly recall the arrival of Charlton Brooker with a humour book which destroyed TV forever and led to me being physically removed from a bookshop.
A weird, sprawling, drunken meander through the alchorridors of a madman's brain-pan.
And some stuff about American Literary Heavyweight Don DeLillo.
Whither death? Find out in the new novel from DeLillo. It's an austere, delicate, fragile beauty.