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Hay highlights.

Friday, November 29 2.30pm - Ranulph Fiennes, Cold: Extreme Adventures at the Coldest Temperatures On Earth 5.30pm - Simon Singh, The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets Saturday, November 30 11.55am - Skye Meredith storytelling, Pinocchio Noon - Simon Pearson, The Great Escaper 12.05pm - Jennifer Potter, The Seven Flowers 1.- Vicky Pryce talks to Erwin James about life in prison 8pm - Marcus Brigstocke's stand-up show, Je m'accuse - I am Marcus Sunday, December 11.05am - John Bradshaw, Cat Sense: The Feline Enigma Revealed 12.30pm - Royal Shakespeare Company's storytelling and workshop: Peter Pan 12.35pm - Archie Miles, The British Oak 2pm - Award-winning children's author Nicola Davies talks about her latest books 2.05pm - John Lloyd and Jon Canter talk about their new book, Afterliff 3pm - Robert Scourfield, The Inaugural Smith-Soldat Memorial Lecture - The Buildings of Wales: Powys 6.30pm - Phil Rickman talks to Peter Florence about his book The Magus of Hay, set in Hay-on-Wye
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Nov 23, 2013
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