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The Oldie's Ferdie Rous talks to author and journalist, Frances Wilson, about Wordsworth's idyllic home in the Lake District, his remarkably intense relationship with his sister, Dorothy Wordsworth, and why he was known as the pedestrian poet
Ferdie Rous talks to Ed West about why all conservatives are pessimists and why men are guided by women in politics
Ferdie Rous speaks to Harry Mount, Oldie editor, and James Pembroke, The Oldie’s publisher, about Oxford University's plans to drop Homer from their classics syllabus
Mary Kenny, one of the founders of the Irish Women’s Liberation Movement, talks to The Oldie’s Ferdie Rous about her fifty years on Fleet Street, gender and Ireland's Brexit moment
At the Oldie's February lunch, Sinclair McKay spoke about his new book, Dresden: the Fire and the Darkness
Dan Cruickshank spoke about his new book, Cruickshank’s London: A Portrait of a City in 13 Walks, at the Oldie's February lunch
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