'Funnily enough, my father looked very like Jeremy Corbyn’ The Guardian (October 2015)
The Observer's Tim Adams came to visit Roger at home in Wiltshire at the end of September, the result can be read in full on The Guardians website.
In the height of the Labour party conference, The Sunday Times News Review on Sunday 4th October featured Roger's latest essay - He’s not the Messiah, he’s the high priest of impenetrable nonsense.
Last week many of you may have heard Roger on the BBC Radio 3 programme Free Thinking.
For Jeremy Corbyn and his followers, it is as if the Berlin Wall never fell. For a while following the collapse of communism in Europe, it looked as though there might be an apology forthcoming from those who had devoted their intellectual and political efforts to whitewashing the Soviet Union or praising the ‘people’s republics’ of China and Vietnam.
THERE IS A KIND OF LISTENER who first becomes acquainted with the symphony orchestra through film music.
Whilst attending the Forum 2000 conference in Prague this month, the opportunity arose to give a talk to students at The English College.
Fools Frauds and Firebrands: Thinkers of the New Left was released on October 8th.
Listen back to the keynote address to The Benedictus College Forum in June.
2014 novel Notes from Underground, published by Beaufort Books, has been awarded the Bronze award in the Suspence/Thriller category in the 2015 Independent Publisher Book Awards.