Robert McLiam Wilson: Episode 124
Robert McLiam Wilson is a writer for Charlie Hebdo and is also the award-winning novelist behind Eureka Street and Ripley Bogle. This week he joined Jarlath to discuss how stealing from a library began an obsession with reading at a young age, the art of writing funny for books, falling in and out of love with Belfast as well as explaining the circumstances which saw him homeless while still a schoolboy.
Robert beautifully describes the current mindset of Paris where he now resides, the gentle soul which is at the heart of Charlie Hebdo and what he believes is the birth of humour in France.
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