Host Dennis Leap, Stephen Flurry and son, Jude Flurry, discuss the beauty, productivity and solace Churchill enjoyed at his beloved estate—Chartwell. At Chartwell, he wrote, painted, remodeled, played with his children, entertained guests, and prepared to save Western society.
Host Dennis Leap, Stephen Flurry and son, Jude Flurry, discuss the incredible accomplishments Winston Churchill made during his decade of political isolation.
Host Dennis Leap discusses how a shy wife became a public advocate for her husband’s political causes.
Host Dennis Leap discusses Clementine Churchill’s dynamic role in Winston Churchill’s political life. This program features the Churchills’ early married life and Clementine’s instruction in politics.
Host Dennis Leap and special guest Brad Macdonald discuss Winston Churchill’s achievements during his 60-year political career, as well as his relationship with David Lloyd George.
Host Dennis Leap and special guest Brad Macdonald discuss some of the positive achievements of Winston Churchill’s 60-year political career.
Host Dennis Leap, using information from Prof. J. Rufus Fears, discusses the history behind Mr. Churchill’s temporary political comeback after the Dardanelles disaster.
Host Dennis Leap discusses the reasons behind Mr. Churchill’s tumultuous political fall after the Dardanelles disaster. Most historians won’t mention the envy, slander and political lies unleashed against this political and military genius.
Host Dennis Leap discusses Winston Churchill’s involvement in the World War I battles at Antwerp and the Dardanelles, and he reads John McCrae’s poem, “In Flanders Fields.”
Host Dennis Leap discusses Winston Churchill’s successful plan to attain fame to create a pathway into politics, his passion for self-education, the Boer War, his entry into politics at age 26, and World War I.