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A very special book evening hosted by Penguin Random House.

What role does audio play now in the life of a book?  How are publishers adapting the content they publish to attract the growing audiences for audio content?  How are publishers embracing the potential of podcasts and voice-led technology?    What do writers and publishers want from audio producers?

 Join author Sebastian Faulks, best known for his historical novels set in France -  Birdsong, Charlotte Gray and The Girl at the Lion d’Or - who has a new project this year; Hannah Telfer, Managing Director, Audiences and Audio at Penguin Random House, plus award winning Digital Content Producer, David Roper from Heavy Entertainment, to gain insight into forthcoming projects and discuss new ideas for creating a very unique broadcast book event.   

Only two tickets per company  

Date & time: 16th April 2018, 6pm - 8pm
Venue: Penguin Random House 10th Floor, 80 Strand, London WC2R 0RL
Fee: £10 + VAT (£12 gross)
Places: 70 - book your place at