The Oldie Podcast

The Oldie Podcast

16: Look, no wrinkles – Mary Killen on the lazy facelift

Mary Killen has no time for the knife, the exercises or the headstands. Instead, she lies back and tries the facelift...

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15: Why Brian Clough swore at Motty

John Motson speaks about his new book, World Cup Motty: My World Cup Stories at The Oldie's February Literary...

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14: William Keegan on the relief of decimalisation

William Keegan, the former Economics Editor of the Observer, speaks on his book, Nine Crises: Fifty Years of Covering...

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13: Lady Colin Campbell on the unbridled masculinity of Prince Philip

Lady Colin Campbell speaks about her new book, The Queen's Marriage at The Oldie's February Literary Lunch....

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Oldie Keep Calm and Carry On Award winner Amanda Barrie on Carry On

Oldie editor Harry Mount talks to Oldie of the Year Amanda Barrie about her Carry On experiences: from her supporting...

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Oldie Keep Calm and Carry On Award winner Amanda Barrie on Carry On

Oldie editor Harry Mount talks to Oldie of the Year Amanda Barrie about her Carry On experiences: from her supporting...

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Nicholas Parsons turns 95

Nicholas Parsons talks to Harry Mount at the Gibraltar Literature Festival

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10: Miles Goslett on An Inconvenient Death at the Oldie Literary Lunch

Miles Goslett on An Inconvenient Death: How the Establishment Covered Up the David Kelly Affair

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10: January Issue: The Icy Thrills of Boxing Day at the Races

Harry Mount talks to Brough Scott – celebrated racing presenter, winning jockey in over a hundred races and a Kempton...

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December Issue: Blue guides and the Greek islands

Lucy Lethbridge talks to our editor Harry Mount about the world famous Blue Guides and the perceived difference...

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6: December Issue: Life was my Uni

Our editor, Harry Mount, interviews Nicky Haslam about the joy of having not been to university.

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