Benjamin Zephaniah on Bookclub

Yesterday I caught Bookclub on Radio 4 where Benjamin Zephaniah was discussing his book, Refugee Boy. The discussion group was made up of secondary school age young adults, and members of the University of the Third Age, which struck me as a nice example of education in the beginning, and later on in life. It involved some really interesting discussion on social issues that felt particularly pertinent. Anyone interested can listen again over the next six days.

We hold a number of Zephaniah’s books in the library, check the library catalogue if you want to find out more about his work.

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