Margaret Thatcher in her Own Words (CD)
Margaret Thatcher, the Iron Lady, 'in her Own Words' compiles a series of her interviews ranging from 1975 to 1990, when she was the most prominent woman in politics. These interviews cover a range of areas including: managing men and women; her response to the media attacks she received in the early days of her career, and being a woman in politics.
She also recalls her memories of home, including working in her father's grocery shop; the radio and TV programmes she enjoyed (including The Two Ronnies) and following sports like cricket and tennis. Also mentioned are her first meeting with her future husband Denis; her worries about her son Mark when he went missing in the Sahara desert; her interest in science, and her love of porcelain and sculpture. Finally, she discusses her stamina and her worst moment as Prime Minister (during the Falklands War).
No. Discs 2 CDs
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