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BARNABY PHILLIPS in conversation with BBC RADIO NORFOLK’S WALLY WEBB

INTERVIEW

Barnaby Phillips spent over
twenty-five years as a journalist.
He was based for the BBC in
Mozambique, Angola, Nigeria
and South Africa. In his new book
‘LOOT’, he discusses the dramatic
and tragic tale of the Benin Bronzes,
the story of a powerful West African
kingdom & British imperial greed,
the dispersal of the Bronzes and
today’s debate about their future.
He is also the author of Another Man’s
War: The Story of a Burma Boy in
Britain’s Forgotten African Army.
Barnaby Phillips grew up in Kenya and
Switzerland and now lives in London.
‘[Phillips] captures nuances in Loot
of Nigeria that only a man who
knows and loves a place and people
can… an extraordinary story, very
well told.’ Spectator
‘A fascinating and timely book.
A brilliant model of expertly
marshalled historical research and
compelling narrative.’ William Boyd,
author of Any Human Heart
Barnaby will be signing copies
of his books, available to purchase
on the day.

End Time: 2:30 pm (approx)

BARNABY PHILLIPS in conversation with BBC RADIO NORFOLK’S WALLY WEBB

INTERVIEW
End Time: 2:30 pm (approx)

How to book:

* This link will take you to an external ticketing system.

Barnaby Phillips spent over
twenty-five years as a journalist.
He was based for the BBC in
Mozambique, Angola, Nigeria
and South Africa. In his new book
‘LOOT’, he discusses the dramatic
and tragic tale of the Benin Bronzes,
the story of a powerful West African
kingdom & British imperial greed,
the dispersal of the Bronzes and
today’s debate about their future.
He is also the author of Another Man’s
War: The Story of a Burma Boy in
Britain’s Forgotten African Army.
Barnaby Phillips grew up in Kenya and
Switzerland and now lives in London.
‘[Phillips] captures nuances in Loot
of Nigeria that only a man who
knows and loves a place and people
can… an extraordinary story, very
well told.’ Spectator
‘A fascinating and timely book.
A brilliant model of expertly
marshalled historical research and
compelling narrative.’ William Boyd,
author of Any Human Heart
Barnaby will be signing copies
of his books, available to purchase
on the day.