The ultra legendary interviewer Sir David Frost brings you three of the most controversial interviews of the 20th century Ranging from an international fraudster, Racist and a Fascist. Sir David Frost doesn't hold back with his in-depth questioning style and exposes his interviewees for who they are. The Unilateral Declaration of Independence of Rhodesia from the United Kingdom was signed on November 11th 1965, by the administration of Ian Smith, whose Rhodesian Front party opposed black majority rule in the then British colony. Sir Oswald Mosely, founder of the British Union of Fascists, was regarded as a highly controversial figure, more so between 1934 and 1935 when the party became involved in violent activities and formed an alignment with the German Nazi Party... Emil Savundra is best known for having perpetrated financial frauds in several countries, culminating in the scandal of the Fire, Auto and Marine Insurance Company during the mid 1960's.
History coming alive
- The Frost Programme: Original Uncut Interviews review by SM
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This is an amazing trio of programmes that prove what a first class journalist David Frost was, if any proof were needed. These interviews give such insight into historical situations which have such bearing on the world as it is today. It is priceless to see Oswald Mosley squirm not only in the face of Frost but his studio audience too. It must have been one of the first instances of a studio audience being invited to participate in a live programme and it paints a wonderful picture of public feeling at the time.
These interviews really do show a side of history that a book never could. It was a delight to watch from start to finish and so informative and thought provoking.