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Summary

Peter Hitchens has been at the forefront of political and social commentary for decades, as a reporter, foreign correspondent and commentator for he Mail on Sunday. He is also the author of several books, including The Abolition of Britain, first published in 1999. Peter joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to discuss his work.

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Short but very good indeed

A friend recommended a book by Peter Hitchens and when I looked it up on Audible, I came across this Session, which consists of a short interview of around 10 minutes.

English isn't my first language and seeing the author narrates his own books. I mainly wanted to find out if I liked his way of narration.

I think Peter Hitchens is an excellent narrator and his answers are interesting and he actually comes across as very honest.


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Such a gentleman

I could listen to Peter Hitchens all day. I would love to hear him talk at length about the books he would recommend and why.

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A pleasant, though short, encounter with a master

A pleasant, though short, encounter with a master thinker and documenter of our times. Gives a bit more insight into Peter Hitchens as a person, but I felt it deserved more time.

They say it is a measure of success to leave people wanting more, and by that criterion

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Always great to hear Peter speak. As always, very

well researched and thought out. Even of you don't agree with everything he says, you can appreciate the effort.

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Great Intellectual

Intelligence is in the blood of the Hitchens family, undoubtedly. Peter is very modest and eloquent; a short, enjoyable recording.