A Long Lunch A host of memories from Simon Hoggart s forty plus years in journalism Simon reveals what Alan Clark said about Melvyn Bragg what really happened at the Lady Chatterley trial what Cherie Blair said

  • Title: A Long Lunch
  • Author: Simon Hoggart
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  • Page: 179
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A host of memories from Simon Hoggart s forty plus years in journalism Simon reveals what Alan Clark said about Melvyn Bragg, what really happened at the Lady Chatterley trial, what Cherie Blair said to him and how he riposted, as well as the time John Sergeant drove a flight attendant to a fury, what happened when he mixed a drink for W H Auden and the day Enoch PowellA host of memories from Simon Hoggart s forty plus years in journalism Simon reveals what Alan Clark said about Melvyn Bragg, what really happened at the Lady Chatterley trial, what Cherie Blair said to him and how he riposted, as well as the time John Sergeant drove a flight attendant to a fury, what happened when he mixed a drink for W H Auden and the day Enoch Powell met Bill Haley A Long Lunch is often hilarious, while also being full of wisdom and insight Simon has long been regarded as one of our sharpest and wittiest commentators These memories cover his years in Parliament, Northern Ireland, around the world and on Radio 4, where for twelve years he chaired the much loved News Quiz From behind the scenes in Parliament, roving across America and bizarre meetings in TV studios, Simon Hoggart entertains, informs and delights.

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    1. Just the sort of disrespectful, affectionate, gossipy stuff you want journalists to write as they sum up their careers And funny



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