James Naughtie

James Naughtie is one of the BBC's best-known journalists and broadcasters. As well as his work in news journalism, including presenting The World at One and Today, he has introduced music programmes on BBC radio and television for many years. He also presents Radio 4's monthly Bookclub and a variety of live events, including election specials at home and from the United States. His journalistic career began in Aberdeen, in his native North-east Scotland, and he was chief political correspondent of The Scotsman and The Guardian before joining the BBC in 1988. He was Laurence M. Stern Fellow on The Washington Post as well as Sony Radio Personality of the Year. Among his books are The Making of Music and two acclaimed accounts of the Blair years, The Rivals and The Accidental American.

On the Road: Adventures from Nixon to Trump
By James Naughtie
Duration: 11 h 16 min Price: $19.99 Or 1 credit
The Making of Music: The complete landmark BBC Radio 4 series
By James Naughtie
Duration: 13 h 25 min
Paris Spring
By James Naughtie
Duration: 10 h 45 min Price: $20.32 Or 1 credit
The New Elizabethans: A BBC history of the Queen’s reign, told through its most notable characters
By James Naughtie
Duration: 6 h 53 min