ANNE ROBINSON is to appear at this years Henley Literary Festival.
The Weakest Link and Watchdog host will chair an event looking at phone hacking on Monday, September 29 at Henley Town Hall.
Her guests will be the man who broke the story of illegal newsgathering at the News of the World, Guardian journalist Nick Davies, and Damian McBride, Gordon Browns spin doctor during the era of Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks, the latter whom he calls the most powerful person in Britain.
Davies book Hack Attack: How The Truth Caught Up With Rupert Murdoch, has been described as the definitive account of the scandal while McBrides memoir Power Trip has been updated with chapters that could not be printed until after Brooks and Coulsons trial.
Robinson is one of many familiar names who have been added to the bill as interviewers for this years festival.
Bafta-winning Captain Phillips director Paul Greengrass will be hosting Doreen Lawrences event at The Christ Church Centre, having made the TV film The Murder of Stephen Lawrence.
Broadcaster Emma Freud returns to Henley, this time in conversation with TV host and writer Dawn OPorter.
TV and radio presenter Sue Cook will talk to Matthew Parker about Bond author Ian Fleming and Henley broadcaster Mike Read about his forthcoming autobiography.
Read in turn will interview Nicholas Parsons on his book about Just A Minute.
Regular interviewers returning this year include Lucy Cavendish, Sophie Van Brugen, Daniel Hahn and Lynn Faulds Wood.
The Hive author Gill Hornby will host both Kirsty Warks event during the festival and the general knowledge quiz at Henley Brew House on September 14.
Programming director Tom Ryan said: Its a testament to the quality and variety of our authors that we are able to attract interviewers of such high calibre.
Knowing our audiences love of current affairs, were thrilled to be adding this phone hacking event.
For more information, visit www.henleyliteraryfestival.co.uk