Switch Dunmow (Radio Interview 4) – Listen now!

Posted By Alastair Gunn on Dec 7, 2017 | 0 comments

To celebrate the launch of the fourth Antonia Hawkins novel, Switch Radio invited me back to talk Cold Christmas…

We also discuss my recommendations for great reads from fellow authors: Mick Herron (Spook Street), Matthew Frank (Between The Crosses), and Gillian McAllister (Everything But The Truth), as well as (briefly) alternate universes.

You can listen to the show by clicking here.


You can also listen to my previous visits to Switch radio by clicking the links below:


For interview 1, in which we discuss my route into writing, building and developing a novel, and my tips on how aspiring authors can get started) click here.


For interview 2, in which we discuss my second Antonia Hawkins novel – My Bloody Valentine – and four great books by other crime authors (Eeny Meeny by M.J. Arlidge, The Boy That Never Was by Karen Perry, If I Should Die by Matthew Frank, and The Distance by Helen Giltrow), click here.


For interview 3, we discuss character selection, renewing contracts with my publisher, and two great books from other authors: The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins (no relation) and Long Way Home by Eva Dolan, click here.


About Switch Dunmow…

Switch Dunmow is the brain child of Jacky Rom, the Station Controller. Over 2 years ago Jacky who also runs the Arts Centre Dunmow, was struggling to let everyone know what goes on in The Arts Centre.
One day she thought “ Lets have  a radio Station”  and now 2 years on it’s become a reality. Switch Dunmow launched on Monday 6th of January 2014 with over 50 Volunteers. They were all amazed that over 3000 people listened in the first month.
Now they are listened to by over 20 countries world wide.
Although Switch is Community Radio Station all the presenters love the idea of reaching further afield.
Switch Dunmow has a show for everyone, with easy listening throughout the day and live shows from 4pm.



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