Broadcaster & Novelist

Driving to Dingle

At Ned's Point, Inishowen

“ I can see that this is the job I have been preparing for all my life. I've always loved storytelling. That's why I became a reporter, why I made radio and television documentaries. Whether I'm writing fiction or crime fiction, I'm telling stories. ”

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On 2nd May I'll be at Cushendun Big Arts Weekend giving a talk on the novel - storytelling, fiction and crime fiction. From 24th to 26th June I'll be at the St Clémentin Bilingual LittFête discussing fiction and crime fiction, interviewing poet Lemn Sissay about his life and work, and chairing a discussion on the role of fiction in our lives.  My latest book, Bogman - a crime novel published under the nom de plume R I Olufsen - is published by Crux. The e-edition of my first two novels, Singing Bird, and Meeting Point are also published by Crux. Hardback and paperback editions are still available on Amazon. On alternate weeks, I present Sunday Sequence on BBC Radio Ulster.  You can listen at bbc.co.uk/sundaysequence or download the podcast, Everyday Ethics.              

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