EVENTS AT BRDERS
FRIDAY 3RD MAY
STAR WARS: ATTACK OF THE CLONES
A Star Wars quiz for Jedi's of all ages to coincide with the release of the new movie. Win exclusive merchandise.
SUNDAY 5TH MAY 2PM
Popular seminal Bluesman performs a rousing Sunday afternoon acoustic set.
SATURDAY I ITH MAY
HARRY POTTER QUIZ
Win Harry Potter & the Philosophers Stone on DVD. Hogwarts trainee wizards welcome.
TUESDAY 14TH MAY 7PM
Author of Dear Francesca: A Cookbook with Love, talks about and signs copies of the book which is more than just a cookery
THURSDAY I 6TH MAY
PENSIONERS DISCOUNT DAY
20% off Books, CD's, DVD’s and Video's for all Sprightly pen- sioners.
MONDAY 20TH MAY 7PM
BESTSELLING Crime NaveIist in discussion and signing copies of her latest paperback Faceless. Arrive early to avoid disappoint- ment
THURSDAY 30TH MAY 7PM
PRINCESS DIANA: THE HIDDEN EVIDENCE
Investigative Journalists Jon King and John Beveridge present a chilling challenge to the official verdict on Princess Diana's death. Including an appearance for HRH Prince Michael of Albany.
THURSDAY 25TH APRIL 12.30PM
TV chef Ainsley Harriott will be signing copies of his new book Low Fat Meals in Minutes. In this new collection of recipes, Ainsley has put together a creative and satisfying collection of his favourite dishes, all adapted to be low in fat.
THURSDAY 25TH APRIL 7PM
The celebrated author of Armadillo discusses his new novel Any Human Heart v the story of one man's erratic progress through the 20th century. Told through the intimate i0urnaI entries the book's hero Logan Mountstuart, Any Human Heart spans every decade of the last century in all its fantastic and humdrum, dangerous and tranquil, tragic and humorous aspects.
WEDNESDAY IST MAY 7PM
One of science fiction's fastest rising stars will be at Borders to talk about his new book The Scar. The winner of last year’s Arthur C Clarke Award, China Mieville will be appearing as part of the Borders Science Fiction/Fantasy Discussion group. This event is open to everyone.
THURSDAY 2ND MAY 7PM
MAGGIE O’FARRE LL
The author of the heartbreaking After You'd Gone will be reading from her new book My Lover's Lover. With the sensuality, passion and emotional acuteness that characterised her debut, Maggie O'Farrell has written a gripping explo-
ration of the ambivalence at the heart of human relationships.
MON 13TH, WED 15TH, FRI 17TH 6PM
The Scottish Parliament funded organisation host 3 guidance sessions for peo- ple of all ages, levels of work experience, and whether currently employed or not. Topics are: Mon 8x Fri — CVs, application forms and interview techniques;
Wed - psychometric testing.
TUESDAY 14TH MAY 7PM
The bestselling author of Stalingrad will be in conversation with Alan Taylor of the Sunday Herald to discuss his new book Berlin. In Berlin, Beevor has recon- structed the experience of those caught up in the nightmare crescendo of the Third Reich’s final defeat by the Red Army.
SATURDAY 18TH MAY 6PM
Writer, filmmaker, political commentator and activist Tariq Ali will be talking about The Clash of Fundamentalisms. Ali's wide ranging book blends history, literature, politics and autobiography to challenge the conformist culture if our times.~
BOOKS, MUSIC, VIDEO, AND A CAFE
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