As part of the Alfred Dunhill "Voice" campaign for Spring / Summer 2011 Sir David Frost discusses interviewing Robert Kennedy and the legacy that we leave.
Sir David Frost began his career as part of the Cambridge Footlights. Then as co-creator and host of That Was The Week That Was, Sir David became a British household name, going on to host an American version of the show. It was during this period in his career that the world famous Frost/Nixon interview (later to become a BAFTA & OSCAR nominated film) took place -- the interview garnered the largest audience ever achieved for a new interview in the U.S. Between 1993 and 2005 Sir David presented over 500 hundred editions of Breakfast With Frost -- widely regarded as the most authoritative weekly news interview. Sir David remains the only person to have ever interviewed 8 British prime ministers and 7 US presidents.
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The Cheltenham Gold cup is, to the purist, the greatest horse race in the world.
Chris Dercon, director of Tate Modern, in conversation with friend and colleague Hans Ulrich Obrist, director of the Serpentine Gallery London – about a subject dear to both men’s heart: their passion for archiving.
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