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‘The bombshell book everyone is talking about’ DAILY MAIL‘A radio geniusthe maestro of the show’ EVENING STANDARDAs presenter of Radio 4’s Today the nation’s most popular news programme John Humphrys was famed for his tough interviewing He has been at the heart of journalism for decades Now he offers his life story from the poverty of his post war childhood in Cardiff leaving school at fifteen to the summits of broadcasting Along the way he recalls the experiences that have marked him most being the first reporter at the terrible disaster in Aberfan reporting from South Africa in the dying days of apartheid from Ireland during the Troubles and from the White House on Richard Nixon’s historic resignationWith his trademark tenacity and no punches pulled John also weighs in on the controversies of his career the role and limitations of the BBC and the broader health of political debate today He hopes you’ll tune in‘The bombshell book everyone is talking about’ DAILY MAIL‘A radio geniusthe maestro of the show’ EVENING STANDARDAs presenter of Radio 4’s Today the nation’s most popular news programme John Humphrys was famed for his tough interviewing He has been at the heart of journalism for decades Now he offers his life story from the poverty of his post war childhood in Cardiff leaving school at fifteen to the summits of broadcasting Along the way he recalls the experiences that have marked him most being the first reporter at the terrible disaster in Aberfan reporting from South Africa in the dying days of apartheid from Ireland during the Troubles and from the White House on Richard Nixon’s historic resignationWith his trademark tenacity and no punches pulled John also weighs in on the controversies of his career the role and limitations of the BBC and the broader health of political debate today He hopes you’ll tune in‘The bombshell book everyone is talking about’ DAILY MAIL‘A radio geniusthe maestro of the show’ EVENING STANDARDAs presenter of Radio 4’s Today the nation’s most popular news programme John Humphrys was famed for his tough interviewing He has been at the heart of journalism for decades Now he offers his life story from the poverty of his post war childhood in Cardiff leaving school at fifteen to the summits of broadcasting Along the way he recalls the experiences that have marked him most being the first reporter at the terrible disaster in Aberfan reporting from South Africa in the dying days of apartheid from Ireland during the Troubles and from the White House on Richard Nixon’s historic resignationWith his trademark tenacity and no punches pulled John also weighs in on the controversies of his career the role and limitations of the BBC and the broader health of political debate today He hopes you’ll tune in