Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill

In the centenary year of the start of the Great War, we are proud to present to the world a set of never-before seen interviews with the most famous British Prime Minister in history: Winston Churchill.

On this site you’ll be able to see exclusive footage from the rediscovered interviews, as well as excerpts from my book ‘Winston: The Voice’ revealing the academic and social impact of this extraordinary historical find.


I hope you enjoy exploring the interviews as much as I did.

Professor Toby DeWinter

PhD (De Montfort University), MLS, BA History 

Herbert Henry Asquith, serving as Prime Minister of Britain from 1908 to 1916, was one of the most charismatic British politicians of the age.

In this extract, Sir Winston discusses his perspective on that other great political leader, and how he formed one of the most influential alliances in British Political history.

Churchill’s social circle included not only politicians, but also the most famous celebrities and performers of the era.

In this extract, Sir Winston talks movingly about his friendship with the legendary singer and actress; Dame Vera Lynn.

Prior to the outbreak of World War II, relations between the leaders of the Axis and Allied high commands were often personable and social.

Sir Winston recounts his memories of one of Hitler’s most gregarious and controversial generals: Hermann Goering.

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