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How Enoch Powell fancied himself Viceroy of India — and other startling revelations

19 January 2019

9:00 AM

19 January 2019

9:00 AM

Interviews, like watercolours, are very hard to get right, and yet look how steadily their art has become degraded and under-appreciated. Each and every Shumble, Whelper and Pigge in our media fancies that an interview can be tossed off: you need only switch on the microphone and let the person speak.

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