The Frost Programme from 1966
includes Sir Oswald Mosley before a live studio audience, some of it hostile.
Frost attempts to ridicule him but does not succeed.
Three uncut interviews including:
Ian Smith, Sir Oswald Mosley and Emil Savundra
A new unwrapped DVD, filmed in black and white
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- Format: PAL
- Subtitles: Unknown
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: Exempt
- Studio: Boulevard
- DVD Release Date: 14
For a long time, Mosley was banned from radio
and television ... until the mid-1960s. On this DVD, Mosley is interviewed by the late Sir David Frost before a studio audience
consisting of old communist opponents in the front row, including Solly Kay, a former communist councillor from Stepney, East
London. Mosley is completely calm and professional throughout, dealing with raucous heckling. Later, Mosley featured in a
full length Panorama programme in 1968, breaking record audience figures at the time. Complete and uncut.
Three of legendary journalist David Frost's most incendiary interviews. Taking to the couch
to face the intrepid interviewer are Ian Smith, Rhodesian premier during a period of intense racial conflict in the country,
Sir Oswald Mosley, former leader of the British Union of Fascists, and Emil Savundra, an infamous businessman who twice served
jail sentences for large scale frauds.