September 20th, 2010
Episode 6 of 1201 episodes
Tony Blair talks about his new book, A Journey. In the week of the 70th anniversary of The Blitz, the historian, Juliet Gardener, talks about its impact on 21st Century culture. And Roy Hattersley who has written a new biography of David Lloyd George is joined by Shirley Williams to ask what lessons today’s coalition government can be learned from the one that he led in peacetime.
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