David Dimbleby – Keep Talking David Dimbleby has interviewed prime ministers and presidents, made award-winning documentaries, chaired Question Time for 25 years and anchored the broadcast of historic events. Keep Talking is David's wry look at his own extraordinary career, and the people, events and controversies he has encountered along the way. As a broadcaster for the BBC, David had an obligation to appear a neutral observer. Now finally 'off the leash' he writes without inhibition but with his characteristic wit, clarity and insight, about monarchy, politics, and the state of Britain. His book is enlivened with honest accounts of broadcasting from the inside and considers the power of broadcasting - through programmes such as Question Time - to explore and amplify the public voice. Serious, outspoken, and leavened with humour, it reveals how David has seen it all - and is now telling it as he sees it. 'Thoughtful, very readable... we have been lucky, lucky, lucky to have him.' The Times Chaired by Jacqui Hodgson This event has now sold out, please contact the Box Office (01434 652477) if you would like to be added to the waiting list. Sponsored by Sycamore Corbridge: Booking Information Priority Booking for Festival Friends opens at 08.00 on Thursday 2nd of March. Tickets go on general sale from Saturday 4th March. Please note that a handling charge of 50p per ticket applies to bookings made in person or over the phone. No handling charges apply to online bookings. Hearing loops are available. Carers qualify for free ‘essential companion’ tickets. Wheelchair spaces are limited. In all cases, please call the Box Office on 01434 652477 to book (booking fees will not apply). Tickets cannot be refunded but can be exchanged for other Book Festival events. Booking for this event has now closed.