Ep 230: In Conversation with Richard Herring

Ep 230: In Conversation with Richard Herring

Al Murray joins Richard Herring to talk about his latest book ‘The Last 100 Years (Give Or Take) and All That’. They discuss what it was like writing the book and cover a range of topics including the First World War, the Moon landing and the Balkans. And of course, Hitler and the Second World War get quite a mention.

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