Talking to Alan Moore about Jerusalem - 7th November 2016

Alan Moore is best known for his comics classics such as V for Vendetta and the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, but his latest work takes him into different territory: Jerusalem is a prose novel that, at 600,000 words, is longer than the Bible – and is a vast celebration of his relatively small home town of Northampton.

In a Guardian Live event recorded in London, Moore explains his project to comedian Stewart Lee.