The Alastair Campbell Diaries

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Alastair Campbell reads from his political diaries

60 minutes

Alastair Campbell reads from his political diaries

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Documentary about the political life of Alastair Campbell, once the closest ally of Tony Blair. Archive footage of the most pivotal events from the last ten years and readings from his memoirs provide an insight into British politics from the press secretary once labelled 'the second most powerful man in the country'. This episode begins with the events of September 11th 2001 and ends with Campbell leaving Downing Street. In between are events such as the war with Iraq, the death of Dr David Kelly, the extraordinary row with the BBC, and the Hutton enquiry.

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Documentary about the political life of Alastair Campbell, once the closest ally of Tony Blair. Archive footage of the most pivotal events from the last ten years and readings from his memoirs provide an insight into British politics from the press secretary once labelled 'the second most powerful man in the country'. This episode begins with the events of September 11th 2001 and ends with Campbell leaving Downing Street. In between are events such as the war with Iraq, the death of Dr David Kelly, the extraordinary row with the BBC, and the Hutton enquiry.
Documentary about the political life of Alastair Campbell, once the closest ally of Tony Blair. Archive footage of the most pivotal events from the last ten years and readings from his memoirs provide an insight into British politics from the press secretary once labelled 'the second most powerful man in the country.' This episode tells the real story of the 'People’s Princess' from Campbell’s diary accounts, which also reveals details about the Labour government's sex scandal, the resignation of Peter Mandelson, and goes behind the scenes of the Good Friday agreement.

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Documentary about the political life of Alastair Campbell, once the closest ally of Tony Blair. Archive footage of the most pivotal events from the last ten years and readings from his memoirs provide an insight into British politics from the press secretary once labelled 'the second most powerful man in the country.' This episode tells the real story of the 'People’s Princess' from Campbell’s diary accounts, which also reveals details about the Labour government's sex scandal, the resignation of Peter Mandelson, and goes behind the scenes of the Good Friday agreement.
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