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How do children cope in an unstable world? What stimulates their imaginations and development?
In his Chaos Walking trilogy, prize winning writer Patrick Ness created a town where privacy and secrets were impossible. His new novel, More Than This, depicts a teenager whose memories seem more real than the world around him. Charles Fernyhough is a Professor of Psychology at Durham University and the author of Pieces of Light, a non- fiction book about autobiographical memory, and A Box of Birds, a literary thriller dissecting brains and the people who work with them.
With questions from the audience and from teenagers taking part in Juice Festival, New Writing North’s Cuckoo Young Writers Programme and Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books.
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BBC Radio 3’s festival of ideas returns to Sage Gateshead on 25, 26 and 27 October for a weekend of provocative debate, new ideas, music and performance. This year’s festival theme is “Who’s In Control?” Do workers or their bosses suffer most stress? Has twitter...