Jeremy Seabrook has been writing books for over half a century. His articles have been featured in the Guardian, The Times and the Independent. He has written plays for stage, TV and the theatre, some in collaboration with his close friend, Michael O’Neill. His many books include People Without History: India’s Muslim Ghettos and Cut Out: Living Without Welfare.
A moving memoir chronicling the friendship of two gay men coming of age in 1950s Britain
Jeremy Seabrook joins us on the show to share stories from his new memoir, Private Worlds: Growing up Gay in Post-War Britain.Read full article