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Thursday, September 23, 2010
From 7pm on LBC...
On my LBC show tonight from 7...
7.10pm Has President Barack Obama been a disappointment?
7.50pm DfID Secretary Andrew Mitchell on what he and Nick Clegg have been doing at the UN in New York
8pm A new survey reveals that many of Britain's carers are in dire financial straits and don't know how to cope. What does this say about the Big Society?
8.30pm As Foyles Bookshop makes a profit for the first time in five years we ask if this is a sign of a revival in bookselling, or is the future of the book on a computer screen? We talk to the chief executive of Foyles Bookshop.
9pm The Legal Hour with LBC legal expert Daniel Barnett. Phone in your legal questions!
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Books don't have a future, full stop. Once the printing press has passed away, authors will not stick to the old forms - the form of the novel, etc.
@ Michael Fowke said...
"Books don't have a future, full stop."
Books don't need a battery, full stop.
Oh no! What will we do if we run out of batteries! Is this the promised end? Or image of that horror?
Thanks for details of how to hear you on LBC in Scotland.
I shall switch on on Monday evening.
I am sure that broadcasting is your prime medium, especially when interacting with others.
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