146 - A Conversation with Sir Jeffrey Archer | Phoebe Sullivan (CFOC) | Culture | Bharatvaarta
BharatvaartaSeptember 21, 202100:51:2147.07 MB

146 - A Conversation with Sir Jeffrey Archer | Phoebe Sullivan (CFOC) | Culture | Bharatvaarta

Sir Jeffrey Archer is a bestselling author, having authored over 40 books and selling over 330 million copies worldwide. His most famous novels include Kane and Abel, Honour Among Thieves, The Prodigal Daughter, A Prisoner of Birth, and A Prison Diary. If that wasn't enough he's been a parliamentarian as well, he has served 2 British Prime Ministers, Mrs. Margaret Thatcher and Sir John Major.

Kane and Abel proved to be his best-selling work, reaching number one on The New York Times bestsellers list. As well as novels and short stories, Sir Archer has also written three stage plays. Over My Dead Body is the latest book in his William Warwick series.

In this wide-ranging discussion with Sir Archer, Roshan Cariappa and Phoebe Sullivan pick his brain about topics from cricket to writing to cancel culture and more. He also recalls anecdotes from his time working for Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, along with advice to youth who are looking to get into politics. Sir Archer also offered his take on the impact of the pandemic on the world and how trade has been affected by Brexit. All this and more in this special episode of the Bharatvaarta podcast.

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