Churchill & Chartwell

Chartwell Curator Katherine Barnett Discusses
Churchill’s Home with Prof. Warren Dockter

Katherine and Jock

Katherine Barnett, the House and Collections Manager of Chartwell, the beloved home of Sir Winston Churchill near Westerham in Kent, sat down recently to discuss the current exhibition “Death of a Hero” that commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of Sir Winston’s death and State Funeral. She is interviewed by Professor Warren Dockter of Cambridge University and author of the recent book Churchill and the Islamic World. To listen to the interview, please CLICK HERE.

In addition to discussing the exhibition, Katherine and Warren discuss Jock VI, the resident feline who lives at the National Trust property in accordance with Sir Winston’s wishes that such a cat as his own last pet should always be at Chartwell. To watch a video of Katherine and Jock together, please CLICK HERE.

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