Celebrate International Podcast Day, and find out what makes bestselling authors tick, with these insightful interviews, featuring Dolly Alderton, Zadie Smith, Stephen Fry and more.
From acclaimed works of fiction and poetry to unforgettable memoirs and eye-opening non-fiction, these are our readers' favourite books to mark International Women's Day.
We asked you to share your reading highlights from this year. Here's what you couldn't put down.
It’s been a great year for the celebrity memoir. Here are some of our favourites to read this Christmas.
From dramatic affairs to romantic gestures, Dolly Alderton talks us through the lessons in life, and love, she learned from her guests while recording her podcast, Love Stories.
Ruth Ware, Dolly Alderton, Simon Mayo, Mary Portas and more recall the most special books they have received as gifts, from treasured hand-me-downs to original editions. For more recommendations, try the Penguin Christmas gift guide.
Writer, journalist and author of Everything I Know About Love, Dolly Alderton, fondly recalls the best books she’s been given by the people closest to her.
Celebrating the best and most popular books of the year, this year's Specsavers National Book Awards saw six wins for Penguin Random House, including UK Author of the Year for Philip Pullman.
Dolly Alderton is an award-winning author and journalist based in London. She is a columnist for The Sunday Times Style and has also written for GQ, Red, Marie Claire and Grazia. She is the former co-host and co-creator of the weekly pop-culture and current affairs podcast The High Low. Her first book Everything I Know About Love became a top five Sunday Times bestseller in its first week of publication and won a National Book Award (UK) for Autobiography of the Year. Ghosts is her first novel.
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