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Did you miss your favourite author at Adelaide Writers' Week 2018, or you simply want to listen to their session again? We got you covered.
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Day 1: Saturday 3 March

9.30am | West Stage | Little Girls: Anna George and Sofie Laguna
9.30am | East Stage | Friends: Alan Hollinghurst and Sarah Winman
10.45am | West Stage | The Memory Game: Catherine Chidgey and Rachel Khong
10.45am| East Stage | Dark Heart: Ceridwen Dovey and Lawrence Osborne
12pm | West Stage | Blind Spot: Teju Cole
12pm | East Stage | Salt Fat Acid Heat: Samin Nosrat
1.15pm | West Stage | Lost Things: Bernice Chauly, Michelle de Kretser and Vivek Shanbhag
1.15pm | East Stage | Brain Food: Maggie Beer and Ralph Martins
2.30pm | West Stage | Invented Histories: Catherine McKinnon and Jane Rawson
2.30pm | East Stage | American South: Thomas Mullen and Michael Farris Smith
3.45pm | West Stage | Adelaide Festival Awards
3.45pm | East Stage | Small Towns: Mark Brandi and Dervla McTiernan
5pm | West Stage | War&Peace: John Lyons and Sarah Sentilles
5pm | East Stage | Saga Land: Richard Fidler and Kári Gíslason

Day 2: Sunday 4 March

9.30am | West Stage | A Hundred Small Lessons: Ashley Hay
9.30am | East Stage | Glass Houses: Louise Penny
10.45am | West Stage | The Animals: Ceridwen Dovey, Eva Hornung and Fiona McFarlane
10.45am | East Stage | Murder/Memoir: Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich
12pm | West Stage | Goodbye, Vitamin: Rachel Khong
12pm | East Stage | Home Fire: Kamila Shamsie
1.15pm | West Stage | Free Speech in a Chinese World: Clive Hamilton
1.15pm | East Stage | Kinds of Madness: Alexander Maksik and Samanta Schweblin
2.30pm | West Stage | This book changed my life: Rebekah Clarkson, Sofie Laguna and Wendy Orr
2.30pm | East Stage | Words & Images: Teju Cole and Sarah Sentilles
3.45pm | West Stage | Boat People: Felicity Castagna and Michelle de Kretser
3.45pm | East Stage | Middle East Memoir: John Lyons
5pm | West Stage | Democracy and its Crisis: AC Grayling
5pm | East Stage | Detours: Tim Rogers

Day 3: Monday 5 March

9.30am | West Stage | Tin Man: Sarah Winman
9.30am | East Stage | Democracy and Populism: AC Grayling and George Megalogenis
10.45am | West Stage | Missing up: Pam Brown
10.45am | East Stage | Draw your Weapons: Sarah Sentilles
12pm | West Stage | Poet first, the... : Patricia Lockwood and Ashleigh Young
12pm | East Stage | Making History: Thomas Mullen and Sarah Schmidt
1.15pm | West Stage | Dedication: Mem Fox
1.15pm | East Stage | Beautiful Animals: Lawrence Osborne
2.30pm | West Stage | Honorary Wombat: Jackie French
2.30pm | East Stage | Desperation Road: Michael Farris Smith
3.45pm | West Stage | MUD Club Prize
3.45pm | East Stage | Strange Houses: Fiona McFarlane and Samanta Schweblin
5pm | West Stage | Dust Devils: Cory Doctorow, Maja Lunde and Jennifer Mills
5pm | East Stage | Into the Woods: Dervla McTiernan and Louise Penny

Day 4: Tuesday 6 March

9.30am | West Stage | The Life to Come: Michelle de Kretser
9.30am | East Stage | The Sparsholt Affair: Alan Hollinghurst
10.45am | West Stage | The Burbs: Melanie Cheng and Rebekah Clarkson
10.45am | East Stage | Darktown: Thomas Mullen
12pm | West Stage | The Self in the Story: Sarah Krasnostein, Alexandria Marzano-Lesnevich and Ashleigh Young
12pm | East Stage | Writing Globally: Barbara Kingsolver
1.15pm | West Stage | Faulty Pilgrims: Laleh Khadivi
1.15pm | East Stage | Ghachar Ghochar: Vivek Shanbhag
2.30pm | West Stage | Whipbird: Robert Drewe
2.30pm | East Stage | On Bees and Birds: Maja Lunde and Harriet McKnight
3.45pm | West Stage | Berlin Stories: Catherine Chidgey and David Foenkinos
3.45pm | East Stage | My Sister Rosa: Justine Larbalestier
5pm | West Stage | Poetry Reading
5pm | East Stage | Craphound: Cory Doctorow

Day 5: Wednesday 7 March

9.30am | West Stage | Moorehead: Thornton McCamish
9.30am | East Stage | Mr Deakin: Judith Brett
10.45am | West Stage | The Hazards: Sarah Holland-Batt
10.45am | East Stage | Charlotte: David Foenkinos
12pm | West Stage | Homegrown: Laleh Khadivi and Kamila Shamsie
12pm | East Stage | Shelter in Place: Alexander Maksik
1.15pm | West Stage | Taboo: Kim Scott
1.15pm | East Stage | Priestdaddy: Patricia Lockwood
2.30pm | West Stage | Seeking Refuge: Claire G. Coleman and Jane Rawson
2.30pm | East Stage | Natural Wonders: Peter Godfrey-Smith and Jim Robbins
3.45pm | West Stage | Griffith Review: Commonwealth Now
3.45pm | East Stage | Call of the Reed Warbler: Charles Massy
5pm | West Stage | Miss Muriel Matters: Robert Wainwright
5pm | East Stage | Robert Dessaix

Day 6: Thursday 8 March

9.30am | West Stage | Mr Showbiz: Stephen Dando-Collins
9.30am | East Stage | Caroline Chisholm: Sarah Goldman
10.45am | West Stage | The Vandemonian War: Nick Brodie
10.45am | East Stage | The Trauma Cleaner: Sarah Krasnostein
12pm | West Stage | Anaesthesia: Kate Cole-Adams
12pm | East Stage | How to Fall in Love: Mandy Len Catron
1.15pm | West Stage | Lost in Time: Eva Hornung and Jennifer Mills
1.15pm | East Stage | Woman of Substances: Jenny Valentish
2.30pm | West Stage | Other Minds: Peter Godfrey-Smith
2.30pm | East Stage | Beyond the veil: Manal al-Sharif and Amal Awad
3.45pm | West Stage | The Wonder of Birds: Jim Robbins
3.45pm | East Stage | What is lost: Sarah Holland-Batt and Kathy Jetñil-Kijiner
5pm | West Stage | Danger Music: Eddie Ayres