Music producer, gallery owner and now novelist Tot Taylor joins John and Andy to discuss James Hilton's 1933 novel about an earthly paradise in the far Himalayas. And the various iterations of the story that came after
John Mitchinson has worked in publishing for decades. He helped to found the television panel game show, QI, and and has co-written all their books. He was Waterstone’s first marketing director and he has held senior publishing roles at Orion, Cassell and Harvill. He co-hosts Unbound’s Backlisted podcast.
Andy Miller is a reader, author and editor of books, most recently The Year of Reading Dangerously (4th Estate). He has also written books about how much he likes the Kinks and how much he dislikes sport. He is reader in residence at the Durham Book Festival. His work has appeared in numerous publications, including the Times, the Telegraph, the Guardian, the Spectator and Mojo, and he has written about film for the BFI. He has toured the country with his motivational lecture Read Y'self Fitter and appears regularly on BBC Radio, most recently on The Verb and The Museum of Curiosity.