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The People's Post

Released on 02 February 2012

Author: Dominic Sandbrook

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A narrative history of the Post Office read by the Historical Editor of The Guardian. To be broadcast on Radio 4 in the tradition of Making of Medicine and the Invention of Childhood. It will look at the origins of the Post Office, how it became the people's post and finally how it adapted to globilisation and commercialisation.
  • 3 CDs

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AuthorDominic Sandbrook
NarratorA narrative history of the Post Office. Written & presented by Dominic Sandbrook
Duration3 hours 21 minutes (approx)