THIS week, the Chiswick Book Festival switches to the University of West London, which will host two sessions with top Ealing authors at its main campus in St Mary’s Road.   

On Tuesday (14), Rory Cellan-Jones, the BBC technology correspondent and Ealing resident, recounts the liberation, disruption and oppression of the smartphone era in his new book Always On – Hope and Fear in the Social Smartphone Era.   

On Wednesday (15), local novelists Nicola Rayner, Robin Duval and Saz Vora will talk about their new books at this year’s Ealing Fiction Panel, chaired by playwright Lisa Evans.

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