Wexford writer Colm Toibin is truly one of our greatest literary talents these days, with numerous awards and best-sellling novels under his belt. BBC's Alan Yentob gets up close and personal with the writer tonight to learn more about his life in a year which has seen his best seller 'Brooklyn' adapted to the cinema as well as the release of his latest novel, 'Nora Webster'. Having taken almost 14 years to write, it's set to be his most poignant and personal one yet. Don't miss contributions from the likes of Fiona Shaw, Anne Enright and Nick Hornby too.