Our all-star line-up of novelist Madeleine Thien, journalist Alex Clark, The Times Literary Editor Robbie Millen, Mostly Lit’s Derek Owusu and author Kelleigh Greenberg-Jephcott debate the merits of Things Fall Apart
by Chinua Achebe, Breakfast at Tiffany’s
by Truman Capote, Our Man in Havana
by Graham Greene, The Bell
by Iris Murdoch and Saturday Night, Sunday Morning
by Alan Sillitoe.
They fight it out to determine which would have triumphed, had the Man Booker Prize existed 60 years ago.
Chaired by James Walton, with an introduction by John Coldstream.