Antonia Quirke is an author and journalist. She writes for the Financial Times, presents Pick of the Week on Radio 4, and talks about film on Film 2014 and The One Show on BBC 1. She writes a column on radio for the New Statesman. 

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Cultural Capital
20 March 2014
Treating depression in Africa.
Cultural Capital
13 March 2014
Laura Marling's ephemeralness?
Cultural Capital
06 March 2014
Included the writer’s many nods to literature and film, absent from the film version.
Cultural Capital
28 February 2014
Two programmes in one day discussed the era of the Crusades.
Cultural Capital
20 February 2014
As Valentine’s Day approached, Aled and Dr Radha of BBC Radio 1’s Sunday-evening call-in show The...
13 February 2014
1010 Wins Radio; National Public Radio It’s 1.58pm, 2 February, Super Bowl Sunday. The rolling news channel...
Broadcast
06 February 2014
Freedom 2014: Thailand’s Slave Fishermen BBC World Service “A reek of fish is in the air. I’...
Books
06 February 2014
Nicholson: a Biography Marc Eliot Crown Publishing, 400pp, £20 This relaxed, unofficial biography of...
Broadcast
30 January 2014
Acts of Union and Disunion BBC Radio 4 An ongoing series of short programmes written and presented by the historian...
Culture
23 January 2014
Outlook BBC World Service A recent announcement from BBC Radio 3 outlining changes to its 2014 schedule confirms...
Culture
16 January 2014
The Battle of the Somme has given the associated river a lasting infamy.
Culture
06 January 2014
Antonia Quirke hears the call of the wild and revels in evil.
Culture
19 December 2013
A Cause for Caroling; Lives in a Landscape BBC Radio 4 A cute series tracing the origins and characteristics of the...
Culture
12 December 2013
Five nights is not nearly enough.

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