Robin Day

Standard Name: Day, Robin


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Literary Setting Molly Keane
This, like Good Behaviour, is a black comedy set in a crumbling Anglo-Irishbig house, Durraghglass. Unlike Good Behaviour it sets its protagonist family (of the same generation as Aroon St Charles) in...


February 1959
A non-deferential interview of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan by broadcaster Robin Day is credited with first making television a significant part of the political process in Britain.
Robin Day launched a BBC radio phone-in programme, It's Your Line, in which, for the first time, ordinary people in Britain were enabled to question the senior politicians.