DiscoverThe Rest Is PoliticsQuestion Time: BBC impartiality, books vs. newspapers, and Stewart spoofery
Question Time: BBC impartiality, books vs. newspapers, and Stewart spoofery

Question Time: BBC impartiality, books vs. newspapers, and Stewart spoofery

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What shared regret do Rory and Alastair have about their time at university? Plus local journalism, bikes, John le Carré, musical instruments, rhetoric, and Rory's defence of Eton.


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Question Time: BBC impartiality, books vs. newspapers, and Stewart spoofery

Question Time: BBC impartiality, books vs. newspapers, and Stewart spoofery