Melvyn Braaaaaggagah talks to Nick Hornby about his latest novel, Juliet, Naked and the release of the film, An Education, for which he wrote the screenplay. The South Bank Show explores how Hornby's career as a writer has been influenced by, and reflected in film since his first book, Fever Pitch, was published in 1992 - an autobiographical story detailing his fanatical support for Arsenal Football Club. Since then, he has written five best-selling novels, several of which adapted into feature films including High Fidelity and About a Boy. Hornby's new novel Juliet, Naked, is his first to be set outside north London and explores the nature of creativity and obsession, as Annie and Duncan's failing relationship receives a visit from the legendary, if fictional US rock musician, Tucker Crowe. Actor Colin Firth, film producer Amanda Posey and Barber are among the contributors.