John Husband talks to Dougal about his book Pulse of the South.
Dougal meets with his old friend and poet Sam Hunt.
Author Norman Ledgerwood is in to discuss his book.
Dougal meets with cartoonist Garrick Tremain.
‘Joan Bishop’s New Zealand Crockpot & Slow Cooker Cookbook’ is an absolute essential in every kitchen from the student flat to the gourmet apartment dinner party set.
Crime writer Vanda Symon tells us about her latest book in the Sam Shepherd series, "Containment"
Crime writer and local book reviewer Vanda Symon is in to review her picks from 2009.
Our local book reviewer Vanda Symon is in to review Nigel Latta's, Fathers Raising Daughters and Graeme Sydney's, Promised Land : From Dunedin to the Dunstan Goldfields.
Author Donald Gordon is in to tell us about his book "Robbie - The Story of Dunedin's Burns Statue".
We meet Michele Powles, the Robert Burns Fellow for 2010.
Talented writer in her own right, local book reviewer Vanda Symon joins us to take a look at the work of Paddy Richardson and John Z Robinson.
Stuart Professor of Scottish Studies, Liam McIlvanney is in to talk about his first novel "All the Colours of the Town"
We take a look at heresy, sedition, obscenity and banned books with Donald Kerr from the University of Otago Special collections library.
Dave Cull tells us about the inspiration for writing his new book Big Weather South in conjunction with Otago Daily Times photographers.
Michael Harlow tells Dougal about his year as the 2009 Robert Burns Fellow.