Peter Hennessy's guest is Lord Kinnock (Neil Kinnock), former Labour Party Leader.
Sir John Major
Former prime minister John Major talks about his journey from Brixton to Downing Street.
Peter Hennessy asks Roy Hattersley to reflect on his life and times.
David Steel reflects on his role in shifting Britain away from two-party politics.
Peter Hennessy asks Dame Margaret Beckett MP to reflect on her life and times.
Peter Hennessy invites David Owen to reflect on his life and times.
Peter Hennessy invites Nigel Lawson to reflect on his life and times.
Peter Hennessy invites Clare Short to reflect on her life and times.
Peter Hennessy invites Michael Heseltine to reflect on his life and times.
Peter Hennessy invites Vince Cable to reflect on his life and times.
Peter Hennessy talks to Margaret Hodge, ex-chair of the Commons Public Accounts Committee.
Former cabinet minister Kenneth Baker discusses his background and career.
Peter Hennessy asks former prime minister Tony Blair to reflect on his life and times.
The former Conservative leader William Hague reflects on his career with Peter Hennessy.
Peter Hennessy asks Harriet Harman to reflect on her life and times.
Peter Hennessy asks Michael Howard to reflect on his life and times.
Peter Hennessy invites Paddy Ashdown to reflect on his political life.
Peter Hennessy interviews Baroness Sayeeda Warsi about her political life.
Peter Hennessy asks David Blunkett to reflect on his political life.
Iain Duncan Smith
Peter Hennessy invites Iain Duncan Smith to reflect on his political life and times.
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