Brief Encounters: Meetings with Remarkable People

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Politico's, Jan 1, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 390 pages
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From Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard - stars of the original Brief Encounter - to the Queen and Posh Spice, Gyles Brandreth has met an extraordinary array of remarkable people. This book is a record of the most notable of those encounters as chronicled in his acclaimed interviews in the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, prefaced by an exploration of the art and craft of the interview by one of its most celebrated practitioners.

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Gyles Brandreth's Breaking the Code: Westminster Diaries has been described as "by far the best political diary of recent years" by "The Times," His last book, Philip and Elizabeth: Portrait of a Marriage, published by Century, was a "Sunday Times" bestseller.

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