Kirsty Wark

The House by the Loch

One of Britain’s best-known television presenters – most associated with fronting BBC Two’s news and Newsnight – Kirsty Wark, also journalist and novelist, takes a break from Brexit and politics to read from and talk about her latest novel.

An atmospheric story, set in the wilds of Scotland, it brings real historical events and fiction together seamlessly in a sweeping novel of family drama and long-hidden secrets. Kirsty won awards for her debut, The Legacy of Elizabeth Pringle back in 2014 and this second novel has won her an even bigger army of fans.

Kirsty joins us to discuss her new book, how she combines the political maelstrom with her writing life – and we’ll find out if she’ll ever combine the two.

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