Churchill, The Man I Knew – BBC Archives,

First Broadcast in 1974

This programme was produced by the BBC World Service to commemorate the centenary of Churchill’s birth. Interviews from a variety of sources reveal Churchill’s complex and fascinating nature. Contributors include Anthony Eden, Lord Boothby, Lady Astor and the painter Paul Maze, Churchill’s friend, who describes him as a ‘true artist’.

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