Mon, 02 Sep 2013
Prime Minister John Key interviews Sir David Frost, as part of the Prime Minister's Hour 2012.
A high-spirited Sir Frost joined Mr. Key for the interview, sitting aboard a cruise ship on the Atlantic, east of Nova Scotia.
Most famous, of course, for his interviews with Richard Nixon, Sir Frost reveals details of how it felt to be at the forefront of such a gripping story of the 20th Century.
2nd August 2012.
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