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Chan Koonchung - The Fat Years. Chan Koonchung joins the World Book Club to discuss his dystopian novel The Fat Years. BBC World Book Club, London, United Kingdom. 60K likes. A unique global community of book lovers in discussion with some of the world's greatest writers. World Book Club is a radio programme on the BBC World Service. Each edition of the programme, which is broadcast on the first Saturday of the month with.
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Lijia Zhang: Kate Atkinson: Book clubs have always been popular in the United States, but over the last few years, they have completely blown up. It isn't just your mom and her friends who get together each month to discuss a good book over a bottle of wine.
It's Reese Witherspoon and her increasingly popular Hello Sunshine book club. It's Oprah's nationwide book club, which was relaunched in recent years and continues to serve up some seriously good reading selections.
Everywhere you look, there seems to be a new book club popping up.
In fact, the only thing more popular right now seems to be podcasts, which continue to grow in popularity and in number. Considering the demand for both new book clubs and new podcasts, it probably isn't all that surprising that the two would combine forces someday. Luckily, that day has already come.
If you're looking for a new book club, here are nine podcasts versions you can join without ever leaving your house. Each month, this podcasts invites celebrated writers to come discuss their best-known work.The books we help to select will air on Radio 2 from Spring This show celebrates books and authors from around the world and shines a spotlight on Scottish Writers.
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