A British Knight in Al Jazeera's Court
Sir David Frost began his TV career as host and co-creator of That Was the Week That Was, a groundbreaking satirical show on current affairs that debuted on the BBC in 1962. Since then he has been relentlessly productive as an on-air personality, producer of TV shows and films, and author of 15 books, including an autobiography, From Congregations to Audiences. He is best known in the U.S. for his 1977 interviews with former President Richard Nixon. He has won two Emmys and was knighted in 1993.
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