Browsing All posts tagged under »Natalie Haynes«

Little Atoms 315 – Natalie Haynes & Justin Quirk

March 8, 2014


Natalie Haynes is a writer, broadcaster, reviewer and classicist. She was once a stand-up comic, but retired when she realised she preferred tragedy to comedy. Always keen to be paid for what she would be reading anyway, she judged the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year in 2010, The Women’s Prize for Fiction in […]

Little Atoms 309 – Brett Martin & Natalie Haynes

January 25, 2014


Brett Martin is a correspondent for GQ and a 2012 James Beard Journalism Award winner. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, Gourmet, Bon Appetit, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Food & Wine, and multiple anthologies. He is a frequent contributor to This American Life, and is the author of Difficult Men, which we talk about in this […]

Natalie Haynes – The Ancient Guide to Modern Life

January 28, 2011


Natalie Haynes is an author and an award-winning stand-up comedian. A regular panellist on the BBC’s Newsnight Review, Saturday Review and Front Row. She has been a guest columnist for The Times since 2006. Natalie has written a book for children, The Great Escape, and her latest is The Ancient Guide to Modern Life. First broadcast […]

Nine Lessons and Carols for Godless People

December 19, 2008


[display_podcast] This week’s Little Atoms consists of a number of interviews recorded backstage on 18th December at 9 Lessons and Carols for Godless People @ the Bloomsbury Theatre. The show contains an extended interview with shows curator Robin Ince, and then short interviews with contributors Darren Hayman, Christina Martin, Waen Shepherd, Simon Singh, Natalie Haynes, […]

Natalie Haynes – The Great Escape

November 9, 2007


[display_podcast] Natalie Haynes is a stand-up comedian, journalist and author, and briefly a teacher of Latin and Greek. Her first solo comedy show, Six Degrees of Desolation, was nominated for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award in 2002. Natalie has made numerous radio shows for Radio 4, most recently Laughing Matters and Classical Comedy. She is […]