Podcast: Reading Into Non-Fiction March 18, 2013 0:00 This week Rob and Kate discuss non-fiction and the books they are currently reading.Send us your thoughts or questions via Twitter, Facebook or email.Subscribe to podcast in iTunes – Subscribe to podcast via RSS – Download MP3Our podcast is brought to you by Audible. Try Audible free for 30 days and receive one free audiobook download. Your Audible download can be enjoyed on all iPods, iPhones, Android and mobile devices. Listen anytime, anywhere. Start listening today and discover a great alternative to that same old playlist! Try Audible for 30 days and download any Audible audiobook for free!An Adventures With Words production. Previous Review: Geek Girl by Holly Smale Newer When Comics and Penguin Classics Collide... You May Also Like Podcast: Ayisha Malik talks about Sofia Khan and The Other Half of Happiness April 20, 2017 Podcast: Bond, Tintin and World Book Night April 21, 2014 Podcast: And the winner is… October 20, 2014 One Comment David Nolan (David73277) May 11, 2013 at 7:13 pm ReplyI caught up with this episode today. If you enjoy Richard Mabey’s writing, I think you will love Robert Macfarlane’s books. He is an English Literature don by profession, so not surprisingly there are many literary references in his books about the outdoors, although not quite enough of them to enable him to justify the trips involved as being part of his day job. It must be the short terms at Cambridge that give him time to go off on all these trips. His penchant for spending the night in a sleeping bag, even on the top of mountains in the depths of winter, always leaves me feeling like a soft town-dweller.Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Comment This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.