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James Runcie's work has been televised as the highly popular Grantchester (ITV). Cole Moreton talks to him about Sidney Chambers and the books that inspired the series.
James Runcie is an award-winning film-maker and the author of nine previous novels. Sidney Chambers and The Persistence of Love is the sixth book in ‘The Grantchester Mysteries’ series, which began in 2012 with Sidney Chambers and The Shadow of Death. In October 2014, ITV launched Grantchester, a prime-time series starring James Norton as Sidney Chambers. The second season aired in spring 2016 and the third in spring 2017. James Runcie is Commissioning Editor for Arts at BBC Radio 4. He lives in London and Edinburgh.
www.grantchestermysteries.com / @james_runcie
Cole Moreton is a writer and broadcaster exploring who we are and what we believe in. His new book The Boy Who Gave His Heart Away has just been published by HarperCollins, telling the true story of a modern medical miracle. He interviews people for the Mail on Sunday and was named Interviewer of the Year at the Press Awards 2016. He had a weekly spread in The Independent on Sunday up until its closure, with reportage on the issues of the day. Cole's writing has appeared in the Financial Times, The Guardian, The Telegraph and The Sunday Times among many others. An experienced broadcaster, his television and radio appearances include The Big Questions, Today and The Moral Maze, as well as a number of documentaries. He has recently presented Sunday for Radio 4.