Rhaglen a Thocynnau

O dan pob digwyddiad, cewch ddolen i archebu tocynnau, neu os sgroliwch i lawr i waelod y dudalen, mae yna ddolen i siop docynnau ar gyfer y digwyddiadau i gyd. Cofiwch fod y digwyddiadau i gyd arlein yn 2022, felly gallwch eu gwylio o unrhywle y byddwch, mewn cyrraedd y rhyngrwyd.

Nos Fercher 27 Ebrill

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18:30

The Second Story in Crime Fiction: We all have Issues!

Contemporary crime fiction has proven to be the perfect genre to explore many difficult issues that trouble society beyond law-breaking. Homelessness, dubious technology and deep-rooted traditions are just some of the subjects explored to great effect by the authors here.

Chair: Jacky Collins

Speakers: Trevor Wood, Awais Khan, Louise Mumford


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20:00

Who killed Daniel Morgan?

This panel discusses the infamous unsolved axe murder of Welsh private detective Daniel Morgan with journalist Peter Jukes and Alastair Morgan, Daniel’s brother.

Chair: Matt Johnson

Speakers: Alistair Morgan, Peter Jukes

 

 


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Nos Iau 28 Ebrill

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18:30

Women in Crime Fiction: Pursuers and Perpetrators

Gone are the days of gender stereotypes in crime fiction. These authors demonstrate how the agency afforded women in crime fiction has diverged considerably to the extent that the characters these authors have created are found on both sides of the law and are always to be reckoned with.

Chair: Jacky Collins

Speakers: Mari Hannah, Elly Griffiths, Bev Jones

 

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20:00

How Much Fact, How Much Fiction: Using Historical Events in Crime Fiction

Crime Writers’ Association Historical Dagger winner, Vaseem Khan (Midnight at Malabar House) and Historical Writers’ Association gold crown winner, Chris Lloyd (The Unwanted Dead) discuss how they balance writing compelling fiction and giving readers an authentic taste of the historical events their characters are dealing with.

Chair: Alis Hawkins

Speakers: Vaseem Khan, Chris Lloyd


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Nos Iau 29 Ebrill

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18:30

Gwaed ar y Dudalen

Mae’r Cymry yn hoff o drioedd felly yn y sesiwn yma bydd Jon Gower yn trafod tri o hanfodion sgrifennu trosedd gyda’r awduron profiadol a phoblogaidd Gwen Parrott ac Alun Davies – lleoliad, plot a chymeriadu.

Chair: Jon Gower

Speakers: Alun Davies, Gwen Parrot

 


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20:00

It’s all in your head: writing psycyological crime fiction

Do authors need to get into their readers’ heads as well as those of their characters’ to write compelling, bestselling and prizewinning fiction? Clare Mackintosh and Katherine Stansfield talk about playing with perception, plot and people in this fascinating discussion.

Chair: Katherine Stansfield

Speakers: Clare Mackintosh


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Nos Lun 2 Mai

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18:30

Ex-forces cops – hard men or soft centres?

Craven’s Washington Poe and Johnson’s Robert Finlay both have pasts in the military, and the life-or-death situations they faced in uniform mean that they bring a particular ‘who gives a f***?’ attitude towards some aspects of policing. But does policing also require emotional intelligence? Barry Forshaw explores Craven and Johnson’s differing views.

Chair: Barry Forshaw

Speaker: MW Craven, Matt Johnson


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20:00

Island Crime

Do remote settings enhance the mystery and chill of the crime novel? Does location affect how the reader experiences the scene of the crime? These award-winning and critically acclaimed authors know how to transport us so that we feel the remoteness of bleak island landscapes and the bitter chill of northerly winds.

Chair: Jacky Collins

Speaker: Ann Cleeves, Lilja Sigurdardottir

 
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Nos Fawrth 3 Mai

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18:30

35 Diwrnod a Bang – y ddrama drosedd rhyngwladol

Yn y blynyddoedd diwethaf mae sioeau trosedd o Gymru wedi plesio cynulleidfaoedd yng Nghymru ac ar draws y byd. Bydd Jon Gower yn trafod y llwyddiant yma gyda dau sydd wedi disgleirio wrth lunio cyfresi treiddgar, cyflym a gwaedlyd, sef Fflur Dafydd a Roger Williams.

Chair: Jon Gower

Speakers: Fflur Dafydd, Roger Williams


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20:00

Where, When or Who? Which is the most important question in crime fiction?

Billingham, Jones and Ellis are all crime authors but they set their fiction in the past and the present, in Britain and Venice, featuring police officers and amateur sleuths. What unites their books under the crime banner? What common factors do they share? And why might their work appeal to different kinds of readers?

Chair: Barry Forshaw

Speakers: Mark Billingham, Mark Ellis, Philip Gwynne Jones


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Nos Fercher 4 Mai

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18:30

The Truth, The Whole Truth and The Historical Truth

With dogged detectives who refuse to settle until the truth is revealed, the authors on this panel have successfully shown how constructing fiction around historical fact blends perfectly with crime and mystery and provides wonderful insight into times gone by and faraway places.

Chair: Jacky Collins

Speakers: Abir Mukherjee, Alis Hawkins

 
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20:00

Strong Women, Strong Setting

Cosy crime meets gritty as Cathy Ace pits her Cait Morgan and WISE Detective Agency series against GB Williams’ Branwen Jones (The Chair) and Ariadne Teddington (Locked series). How do the settings of these books influence their protagonists’ approach to the crimes they find themselves tangled up in?

Chair: Alis Hawkins

Speakers: Cathy Ace, GB Williams

 

 
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