Alistair Cooke was undeniably the Grand Old Man of correspondents. He first went to the United States in 1932 to study at Harvard and Yale and five years later embarked on his long career as a top-flight journalist, respected writer and well-loved broadcaster - his LETTERS FROM AMERICA have charmed and informed radio listeners around the world for nearly sixty years. He became an American citizen in 1941 and was made an honorary KBE in 1973. He died in 2004.
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