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Simon Heffer speaks at an Oldie literary lunch about the Staring at God: Britain during the Great War.
John McEwen and Carry Akroyd talk about the bird-infested history of the Douglas Home family, the sex life of the Great Bustard and how best to portray birds in art at the Oldie's November lunch.
Simon Jenkins speaks at the Oldie Literary Lunch about the three traumas of London's history, how London was shaped by the free market and the city corporation and the importance of separating money from power.
The Oldie's Editor Harry Mount talks to Times and Telegraph regular Hannah Betts about Troy, Homer and the mixed legacy of Heinrich Schliemann, who rediscovered it.
Harry Mount speaks to Damian Thompson about the art of Gamesmanship, its inventor, Stephen Potter, and the canonisation of Cardinal Newman
Charles Moore talks about the third and last part of his biography of Margaret Thatcher at the Oldie's October lunch.
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