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The Project Ben Elton Explains How Political Crises Inspired His Latest Book
The Project Ben Elton Explains How Political Crises Inspired His Latest Book
You're watching The Project Ben Elton Explains How Political Crises Inspired His Latest Book The legendary author and comic explains why he decided his new novel Identity Crisis is a satire on a post-Brexit world, and tells us why it's a good time for comedy.

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Ben Elton Explains How Political Crises Inspired His Latest Book

Wed 10 Apr 2019 in 3 months

The legendary author and comic explains why he decided his new novel Identity Crisis is a satire on a post-Brexit world, and tells us why it's a good time for comedy.

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