Joining us in the Audible Studios to talk about his latest title, WTF: What Have We Done? Why Did It Happen? How Do We Take Back Control?, is highly accoladed journalist Robert Peston. Born and raised in North London, Robert Peston is ITV's Political Editor and host of weekly political discussion show Peston on Sunday. Robert Peston talks to us about why now was the time to write this book, why people have differing views on immigration and what he feels are the biggest challenges facing the country.
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There has been a people's revolt against the way the West has been run. Brexit, Trump, the recent British and French elections saw millions of people shouting that they were sick to death of things never getting better. In WTF Robert Peston gives us his highly personal account of what those who have ruled us for years got so badly wrong and what we need to do to mend the terrible fractures in our society.
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On a damp July morning in 1946, two schoolboys find a woman’s body in a bomb site in north London. The woman is identified as Lillian Frobisher, a wife and mother who lived in a war-damaged terrace a few streets away. The police assume that Lil must have been the victim of a vicious sexual assault; but the autopsy finds no evidence of rape, and Divisional Detective Inspector Jim Cooper turns his attention to her private life. How did Lil come to be in the bomb site – a well-known lovers’ haunt? If she had consensual sex, why was she strangled?
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It's a world in which teamwork and goals are more than just motivational phrases, and moving the goal posts will get you sent off the pitch. Football management has come a long way since men in sheepskin coats bestrode the land. Robert Peston, lifts the lid on this multimillion pound industry, and with managers like Harry Redknapp, Dario Gradi, and Sam Allardyce, explores the management skills of Britain's top football managers - as well as asking what football managers can learn from their counterparts in the boardroom.
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