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In response to the ongoing pandemic and the ever-changing restrictions and adaptations we are all having to make, we are now delighted to share news that #Louder2020 will be a fully on-line experience for all concerned: #LouderOnLine2020 Bringing Legends to Your Living Room.

We are, as ever, delighted and proud to be able to bring such a high-quality range of contributors to treat our ears and provide insights and anecdotes from across various genres and tastes in music!

Thank you so much for your continued support and here’s to a fabulous #MusicLitFest weekend!

If you are interested in contributing to Louder 2020, please email jilladam@louderthanwordsfest.com giving details of your work, preferred contact, suggestion of event and (as appropriate) your publisher.

Art and Entrepreneurship in a Time of Crisis – the story of a journey with MARTIN ATKINS

Sunday 8th November, 8.15pm
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Believe in Magic: Heavenly Recordings, the first 30 years. Robin Turner in conversation with John Robb

Sunday 8th November, 12.15pm
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DiscoTexts: Dancefloor-Driven Literature and the Rave Scene in Fiction

Sunday 8th November, 6.15pm
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Kim Hawes ‘Confessions of a Female Tour Manager’

Saturday 7th November, 10.15am
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A Sound Mind: PAUL MORLEY in conversation with John Robb

Saturday 7th November, 2.00pm
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Time Between: My Life as a Byrd, Burrito Brother, and Beyond – CHRIS HILLMAN in conversation with Barney Hoskyns

Saturday 7th November, 8.15pm
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How Do You Sleep? Louder’s Livestream Beatles Panel Discussion

Saturday 7th November, 6.15pm
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STUART COSGROVE in conversation with Heath Common – Cassius X A Legend in the Making

Sunday 8th November, 10.15pm
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Document Your Culture: Emma Warren in conversation with Andrew Paine

Sunday 8th November 12.15pm
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We have 2 opportunities for audiences to hear and indulge in this latest, marvellous poetry project from RALPH DARTFORD

Saturday 7th November 12.15pm and Sunday 8th November 10.15pm
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LIZ KERSHAW in conversation with John Robb

Sunday 8th November, 2.15pm
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BOB GELDOF in conversation with Daryl Easlea: Tales of Boomtown Glory

Saturday 7th November, 8.00pm
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Snakes! Guillotines! Electric Chairs! My Adventures in the Alice Cooper Group Dennis Dunaway in conversation with Joel McIver

Sunday 8th November, 4.15pm
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SKIN in conversation with Lucy O’Brien: It Takes Blood and Guts

Sunday 8th November, 4.15pm
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Graham Fellows in conversation: Two Margarines & Other Domestic Dilemmas

Saturday 7th November, 6.00pm - 7.00pm
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Vivien Goldman in conversation wth John Robb

Saturday 7th November, 6.15pm - 7.15pm
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Dave Ball in conversation: Electronic Boy – My Life In and Out of Soft Cell

Sunday 8th November, 4.00pm
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STUART MACONIE in conversation – THE NANNY STATE MADE ME A story of Britain and how to save it

Saturday 7th November, 4.15pm
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All My Yesterdays – Steve Howe in conversation with Daryl Easlea

Sunday 8th November, 6.00pm - 7.00pm
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Look Wot I Dun – My Life in Slade: Don Powell in conversation with Daryl Easlea

Sunday 8th November, 12.00pm - 1.00pm
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David Gedge: Tales From The Wedding Present – Go Out And Get ‘Em, Boy! – An in converation with acoustic treats

Saturday 7th November, 4.00pm - 5.00pm
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Typical Girl? Remembering Ari Up – with Slits biographer Zoë Howe & Roisin Dwyer

Saturday 7th November, 12.15pm - 1.15pm
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Bobby Elliott

Bobby Elliott in conversation – It Ain’t Heavy, It’s My Story – My Life in The Hollies

Saturday 7th November, 12.00pm - 1.00pm
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