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FD Monday 13 June 2011: Leslie Cannold
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This week a show about fiction that re-examines what we know with a feminist twist. First up, Catriona Menzies-Pike speaks with author, commentator, ethicist and social activist, Leslie Cannold about her debut novel that asks - what if Jesus had had a sister? What would that change? Anything at all?

And we will revisit a review of Angela Carter's dark and raunchy re-workings of traditional fairy tales.

Leslie Cannold, The Book of Rachael, Penguin - interviewed by Catriona Menzies-Pike

Angela Carter, The Bloody Chamber, Vintage - reviewed by Sara Peel

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