Friday, December 24, 2010

New Book: TALKING POLITICS: POLITICAL CONVERSATIONS WITH IAIN DALE




From the book blurb...

"Over the last two and a half years Iain Dale has interviewed more than 25 leading political figures for Total Politics magazine. Using the In conversation format, his unique interviewing style has lulled many a politician into a false sense of security and led them to reveal perhaps more than they intended. In these extended versions of the interviews with appeared in Total Politics, Iain Dale reveals new sides to the politicians we love and love to hate. Included in the book are interviews with...

Adam Boulton
Alastair Campbell
Andrew Neil
Eric Pickles
Peter Mandelson
Cherie Blair
Alex Salmond
David Cameron
David Owen
Hazel Blears
Jacqui Smith
Malcolm Pearson
Nigel Farage
Vince Cable
Tony Benn
Ken Livingstone
Nick Griffin
Paddy Ashdown
Ann Widdecombe
Alan Duncan
David Starkey
John Bercow

Each interview has an introductory contextual paragraph and a mini biography.

The interviews are extended versions of the interviews published in Total Politics Magazine.

7 comments:

Dioclese said...

Ah - another post from the blogger who doesn't blog anymore. Bet this comment doesn't make it through censorship - sorry, moderation - either!

Benny said...

Bit late for a stocking filler!

Plaid Gwersyllt said...

No Welsh politicians then...says it all really doesn't it!!

trevorsden said...

Come on Dioclese - its an advert.

I am looking forward to seeing what the new year website is going to be.

Libertarian said...

@Plaid Gwersyllt

No Albanians or Koreans either blimey you're right - says it all.

You cant have a book with no Welsh people in it can you now, its not a book at all if the Welsh aren't in it any fule no that

Nicholas said...

No Welsh politicians then...says it all really doesn't it!!

It says that Wales does not provide any notable politicians?

Salmondnet said...

Plaid Gwersyllt. Shocking isn't it? Insist that you are a separate nation and people start treating you as a bunch of foreigners and therefore mostly irrelevant. how could anyone possibly have predicted that?