Interview with Sir Anthony Seldon
Sir Anthony Seldon's latest book chronicles the 300-year history of the office of the British Prime Minister.
Nathan Eckersley
Published 12 July 2021
Sir Anthony Seldon

This interview is taken from The Nathan Eckersley Podcast, published every Monday on all podcast platforms. Click here to listen on your favourite podcast platform, and listen to Nathan Eckersley's live radio show live from Manchester every Sunday afternoon, from 3pm-4pm (UK) on W!ZARD Radio Station.

Nathan Eckersley
sits down with political historian and author Sir Anthony Seldon to discuss the history of the Office of the Prime Minister, and they analyse Boris Johnson's term in office.

Sir Anthony Seldon is a leading authority on contemporary British history and education and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Buckingham. He was formerly Master of Wellington College, one of the world's most famous independent schools. He is author or editor of over 40 books on contemporary history, politics and education and is the author on, and honorary historical advisor to, Downing Street.

Sir Anthony Seldon's latest book "The Impossible Office?: The History of the British Prime Minister" chronicles the 300-year history of the office of the British Prime Minister, from Robert Walpole to Boris Johnson.

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