If you’re a reader, this is the podcast for you. Iain Dale speaks to some of the world’s biggest authors about what inspired them to write their books
Chapter 116 : James Comey
Iain Dale talks to former FBI Director James Comey about his new book Saving Justice.
Chapter 115 : Peter Dickson
Iain Dale talks to Peter Dickson, the country’s leading voiceover artist and the voice behind X Factor and Britain’s Got Talent. He has had an extraordinary career in radio and TV and has just published a memoir, “Voiceover Man”. He started life in Northern Ireland before moving to London to work on Radio 1 and Radio 2 before moving into the world of voiceovers. A man with a wonderful voice and brim full with anecdotes about personalities like Steve Wright and Simon Bates, Peter Dickson is one of the most entertaining people Iain has interviewed on the podcast.
Chapter 114 : Best of...2020
A collection of the best bits from Iain Dale's book club interviews in 2020
Chapter 113 : Alastair Campbell
Iain talks to Alastair Campbell about his book, Living Better : How I Learned to Survive Depression.
Chapter 112 : Giles Edwards
Iain Dale talks to political journalist Giles Edwards about his book “The Ex-Men”, which looks at what former PMs and Presidents do when they leave office.
Chapter 111 : Jonny Oates
Iain Dale talks to LibDem Peer and former chief of staff to Nick Clegg in the Coalition years, Jonny Oates, now Lord Oates about his book I NEVER PROMISED YOU A ROSE GARDEN. He talks movingly about running away to Addis Ababa as a 15 year old, his work in Zimbabwe and South Africa and his career as a public affairs consultant. He discusses how the coalition came into being, what it was like working for Nick Clegg, and where the Liberal Democrats go from here.
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