Behind the Mic: On Oblivion or Glory by David Stafford, Read by Gerard Doyle
Jo Reed and Michele Cobb Discuss a Pivotal Year in Churchill’s Life
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On today’s episode, AudioFile’s Michele Cobb and host Jo Reed discuss Gerard Doyle’s narration of Oblivion or Glory: 1921 and the Making of Winston Churchill. David Stafford’s work centers around how 1921 was a pivotal year historically and for Winston Churchill personally. Gerard narration makes you feel as though he truly knows the man and is imparting his deep wisdom to you in a way that encourages you to listen more.
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