The Telegraph picks the 20 best ever audiobooks, placing le Carré’s latest work in first place. Read more.
The director of A Most Wanted Man talks to the Big Issue about directing Philip Seymour Hoffman and our post-9/11 world. Read more.
‘The capital depicted in the greatest Cold War spy novels seems a long, long time ago in certain ways.’ Writes Dave Hill. Read more.
Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston are set to star in a TV mini-series adaptation of the John le Carré novel, directed by Academy Award® winner Susanne Bier. Read more.
The Huffington Post on writers and their pen names. Read more.
The identity of the MI5 spy who posed as a German agent to infiltrate the ranks of British Nazi sympathisers has been revealed as Eric Roberts, a bank clerk and father-of-three who lived with his family in Surrey. Read more.
The London Review of Books reviews A Most Wanted Man Read more.
In cinemas on 12 September, A Most Wanted Man features a stellar cast. To mark its release, The Guardian are offering you the chance to win an overnight stay for two at a Malmaison hotel in a location of your choice. Read more.
As Anton Corbijn’s ‘A Most Wanted Man’ comes to cinemas, The Telegraph rounds up the half-dozen best ever John Le Carré adaptations on the big and small screen Read more.
Peter Bradshaw gives five stars to “Philip Seymour Hoffman’s superb swan song”. Read more.