Allen Lane, 1983 - 205 Seiten
The author's interviews in "The Sunday Times" command an enthusiastic following. Using his powers of cross-examination, and his playwright's ear for detail, he talks to such diverse personalities as Graham Greene, Mick Jagger, Enoch Powell and David Hockney.
Long Life Short Sentences Lord Denning
The Interrogation Chansonette Georges Simenon
No Comment from On High Archbishop Runcie
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