In Conversation: Tom Pow
A unique series of live Friday afternoon discussions with writers who have been gripped by a subject that will not let them go.
About In Conversation: Tom Pow
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Tom Pow on In Another World about dying villages, and communities.
Why does someone spend months or years on a particular theme? Why is it important to them, and to us?
Find out in this unique series of live Friday afternoon discussions with writers who have been gripped by a subject that will not let them go.
A Year of Conversation 2019 is a collaborative project across Scotland designed to celebrate, initiate and explore conversation as a means of engaging with each other and the wider world.
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