Henry Goodman on The Andrew Marr Show
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Goodman on the radical and relevant Rattigan

Actor Henry Goodman has told The Andrew Marr Show Terence Rattigan's 1946 play The Winslow Boy remains relevant and radical today.

Goodman, who stars in the play at The Old Vic explained the play, set in 1911, reflects a "turbulent time" in politics while provoking debate about the power of the press.