The Tartan Noir Show

Bloody brilliant Scottish crime writing! The Tartan Noir Show is a new literary podcast hosted by Theresa Talbot, celebrating the world’s best crime writing and storytelling. Featuring live event recordings, one-on-one interviews and exclusive readings from crime writing giants including Val McDermid, Ian Rankin and Christopher Brookmyre. Listen to this gripping and informative podcast for mesmerising character-based stories and backstage access to the world of Scottish crime writing.

https://pod.co/the-tartan-noir-show

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 53m. Bisher sind 23 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 18 hours 50 minutes

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episode 10: Jeffery Deaver: The Master of the ‘Twisty-Turny’ Tale


It’s the finale of TTNS season 2...and we have a treat in store for you! Theresa Talbot chats to number-one bestselling author, Jeffery Deaver. His books adorn bookshelves in 150 countries in 25 languages. A...


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 2020-11-17  1h3m
 
 

episode 9: Craig Russell: Twenty-Five Languages and a Cameo!


Multi award-winning writer, Craig Russell, joins Theresa Talbot this week to talk about what it’s like to have your books translated into 25 languages, how to immerse yourself in the world you are writing about and h...


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 2020-11-10  53m
 
 

episode 8: Gordon Brown: Fun in the Sun and a Short Story


This week, Theresa Talbot catches up with the author of eight crime thriller novels set in Spain, Scotland and the US. The latest Morgan Cry book is Thirty-One Bones - the owner of a small Spanish bar drops ...


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 2020-11-03  1h26m
 
 

episode 7: Doug Johnstone: Actually, it is Rocket Science!


Nuclear physics, music journalism, music and writing - there’s no end to Doug Johnstone’s talents. He chats to Theresa about all these very different aspects of his life. We also hear about the stroke he had at the beginning of lockdown and ho...


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 2020-10-27  54m
 
 

episode 6: Graeme Macrae Burnet: Just Too Tall to be a Spy!


Graeme caught the attention of the world in 2016 when his second novel, His Bloody Project, was shorted-listed for the Booker Prize. He may not have carried off the award that year, but his book sold more than those of the ot...


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 2020-10-20  1h0m
 
 

episode 5: Susi Holliday: The Twisted Sister of the Psychological Thriller


When she’s not designing vaccine clinical trials and studying the stats, Susi spends the rest of her time writing. She has seven novels, under her belt, the latest The Last Resort comes out in December - Seven strangers. Seven secrets. One per...


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 2020-10-13  45m
 
 

episode 4: Michael J. Malone: No Stranger to Difficult Subjects


With his new crime novel, A Song of Isolation, hitting the bookshelves, Michael joins Theresa Talbot on The Tartan Noir Show to talk about his latest book. They also chat about his move from prize winning poetry to crime. And - oh yeah - his s...


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 2020-10-06  42m
 
 

episode 3: Francine Toon & Deborah Masson: And the Winners Are?


This week’s Tartan Noir Show brings together Francine Toon and Deborah Masson. Theresa Talbot caught up with them as they were draining their glasses of fizz - after Bloody Scotland 2020. Francine won the McIlvanney Prize for the Scot...


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 2020-09-29  43m
 
 

episode 2: Ann Cleeves: Unplugged


The Tartan Noir Show returns for its second series and we are delighted to be joined by one of the UK’s best loved crime writers - Ann Cleeves. She’s written more than 30 novels and created the characters Jimmy Perez (played by Douglas Henshal...


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 2020-09-22  43m
 
 

episode 1: Bloody Scotland: 17th - 20th Sept 2020


Six months ago, Theresa Talbot talked to Bob McDevitt - Festival Director of The Bloody Scotland International Crime Writing Festival. Back then, following the news that the annual event held in Stirling had been cancelled, there was hope it c...


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 2020-09-15  46m
 
 
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