‘We guarantee, this will change the way you think about the era you lived through.’ David Hepworth
‘Such a good speaker – precise and thoughtful and funny – and full of great theories and stories. Daniel’s got an enviable knack of being able to explain really complicated analysis very clearly. It’s so original to read about the 90s that takes in all those different perspectives – politics, art, sport, media etc. – and doesn’t just paint a picture of a heap of cocaine with Noel Gallagher in the middle of it.;’ Mark Ellen
Word podcast 306 – Daniel Rachel puts the 90s in perspective with his excellent book about the rise and fall of Cool Britannia.
Daniel Rachel talked to everyone from Noel Gallagher to Tony Blair for his new book “Don’t Look Back In Anger” and he came in to Word In Your Ear to talk about how Kate Moss, David Beckham, Alan Macgee, Damien Hirst, Alastair Campbell and many others, knowingly or otherwise, managed to shape Britain’s last feelgood decade, which began with Spike Island and finished with the death of Diana. We guarantee, this will change the way you think about the era you lived through.