Alastair Campbell Interview
Alastair Campbell was Tony Blair's right hand man for many years, both as campaign director and Director of Communications for Blair's Labour government. Tom has a conversation with him about why he wants Biden to win and six recordings that represent various political milestones: Frankie Valli - "The Night", Fleetwood Mac - "Don’t Stop", D:Ream - "Things Can Only Get Better", Simply Red - "Money's Too Tight To Mention", ABBA - "The Winner Takes It All", and Eurythmics - I Saved the World Today".
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