H1: 11/19/10 Bernard Cornwell

November 19, 2010 by  
Filed under Radio Show, The Novelists

11191001 Hugh Hewitt: Hour 1 – Hugh begins a three hour conversation about the life and career of legendary historical novelist, Bernard Cornwell.

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3 Responses to “H1: 11/19/10 Bernard Cornwell”
  1. Justin Flavin says:

    absolutely fascinating interview. utterly glued to it right now (via podcast).. Hugh – you are an absolute gem of an interviewer. Well done mate.. Utterly compelling radio.

  2. W Brian Martin says:

    fascinating, that is the word I was going to use to. It just goes to show that a great interviewer and a good guest can hold an audiences attention for 3 hours straight.

    The only episode of GB I have watched all the way through was his interview of Michael Buble. I didn’t even know who Buble was at the time.

  3. W Brian Martin says:

    Hugh, it would be great to hear an interview with Harlan Coben. He doesn’t really get into current events or politics but they are great books.

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