If you missed Will talking on the Moral Maze last night, you can listen again to it here.
Will is due to talk on the Simon Mayo programme on Radio 5 Live at 2.30pm today about his new collection of stories, Liver. You can listen to Will talk about the Colony Club, how he and his son sang “Happy birthday to us”, why the Shetland literary festival is one of the best and some of what has inspired his next book here, for seven days only.
If you missed Will talking about Liver on Radio 4’s Front Row yesterday, you can listen again here.
Listen to Will speaking on Laurie Taylor’s Thinking Allowed programme: “Laurie Taylor discusses how reality and fantasy combine to create our experience of the modern city. He is joined by the novelist Will Self, the sociologist Richard Sennett and the geographer Doreen Massey in the Radio Theatre at Broadcasting House.”
To listen to a recording of Will’s walk from LaGuardia airport to Manhattan late last year, click here.
To listen to Will talking about The Butt on Simon Mayo’s Radio 5 Live programme on April 24 2008, sign up to the podcast.
Listen to Will talking to Mariella Frostrup about the work of JG Ballard in her Open Book programme on Radio 4 at 4pm on Thursday January 31 (repeated from Sunday).
Fascinating reading and lecture from Will at the Google HQ in California. Will talks about psychogeography, Debords’s The Society of the Spectacle, the Romantics’ framing of beauty and how we can break out of mediated forms of experience, that takes in Laurence Stern, micro-worlds and the development of boulevards. The reading is from his latest book, Psychogeography, and is about his experience at US Customs.
Will was talking about his forthcoming book, Psychogeography.
“Self recently wrote an introduction to one of the Pocket Canons, the series of new versions of the King James Bible introduced by great writers and published by Cannongate Press. Self introduces the Book of Revelation with his own take on technology, religion and the millennium.”
This is an audio recording of Self reading his introduction