Robert Harris’s Munich is history as a brilliantly imagined thriller set over the four days of the 1938 Munich Conference. It also controversially attempts to restore the reputation of Neville Chamberlain and asks whether he was an appeaser or simply playing for time. Robert Harris discusses this defining moment in British history with David Dimbleby, the BBC’s most distinguished current affairs broadcaster and election night anchor, who has presented coverage of many state occasions on television. Robert Harris’s bestselling novels include Fatherland, Enigma, Archangel and the Cicero trilogy, which has recently been adapted for the stage at the Royal Shakespeare Company to great acclaim.
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