After Kelly: ‘After Dark’, David Kelly and lessons learned

👤 Sebastian Cody  
You might remember the red sofas, leather Chesterfields recovered in quieter fabric. You might remember that the talking didn’t end at any specific time, unique in an era when all television channels closed down at night. You might remember Oliver Reed getting drunk, although he was hardly the only disruptive guest. Reading Norman Baker’s book ... Read more
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