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William Hill Sports Book of The Year 2016 Shortlist: Q & As (Part Three)

Over  the past 28 years, The William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award has firmly established itself as the benchmark for brilliant sports writing;  its long- and shortlists filled, every year, with the most inspiring and passionate reads the genre has to offer. To celebrate this year's shortlisted contenders, Waterstones Online's Matt Gardiner has interviewed the writers of the books dubbed 'The Magnificent Seven'. In our third and final instalment, he interviews Diana Nyad, William Finnegan and Oliver Kay.

William Hill Sports Book of The Year 2016 Shortlist: Q & As (Part Two)

The William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award has, over the course of the last 28 years, established itself as a showcase of the very best the genre has to offer, with long- and shortlists teeming with fantastic reads that inspire lively debate. To celebrate 2016’s shortlisted contenders, Waterstones Online's Matt Gardiner has interviewed the writers of  the books the award's chair has dubbed 'The Magnificent Seven'. In our second instalment, he interviews Christopher McGrath, and writing partners Tim Lane and Elliot Cartledge.

Euro 2016: Football Q & As (Part One)

To mark the beginning of Euro 2016 in France this Friday, Waterstones have asked well-known football writers a set of Euro-themed questions. We begin with Anna Kessel, Peter Chapman and Oliver Kay introduced by Waterstones Deansgate's Matt Gardiner.

Forever Young: The Story of Football's Lost Genius

Forever Young: The Story of Football's Lost Genius

Posted on 20th May, 2016 by Oliver Kay

Chief Football Correspondent for The Times Oliver Kay introduces his new book about Adrian Doherty, the player who looked set for a great future with Manchester United but who died tragically young.