Lisa Nandy MP: My Five Favourite Books

By Women's Prize

Lisa Nandy MP: My Five Favourite Books

By Women's Prize

Wigan Labour MP and current Shadow Secretary of State for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities, Lisa Nandy, joins our host Vick Hope on the latest episode of the Women's Prize for Fiction Podcast to discuss her most eye-opening reads. From Amanda Gorman to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Lisa Nandy details how reading women has reshaped her perspective on politics and why she thinks this is the time to shift the British political climate and restore hope in people. You can listen to this inspiring podcast episode here.

Half of a Yellow Sun

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

£9.99 £9.49

The March Of Folly: From Troy to Vietnam

Barbara W. Tuchman

£15.99 £15.19

Call Us What We Carry: From the presidential inaugural poet

Amanda Gorman


Lisa chose Gorman's This Hill We Climb poem, which is not available, but you can enjoy Gorman's pivotal first collection of poems.

Mary Barton

Elizabeth Gaskell

£8.99 £8.54

What's the Use of Economics?: Teaching the Dismal Science After the Crisis


Lisa chose Diane Coyle's GDP: A Brief but Affectionate history but you can delve into Coyle's incredible grasp on economics with this title.

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