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The astonishing stories behind today’s culture wars: Radio 4’s Things Fell Apart reviewed

20 November 2021

9:00 AM

20 November 2021

9:00 AM

Mosley Must Fall; Things Fell Apart

BBC Radio 4

Martin McNamara, the writer of Mosley Must Fall, a play on Radio 4 this week, must have had a jolt when he opened the papers to find old Oswald back in the news. Oxford University is said to have accepted £6 million from a trust set up by the fascist leader’s son, the racing driver Max, using funds passed down through the family.

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