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The Week Unwrapped bonus episode: 25 Years of The Week

How did the magazine begin? How has it developed its unique approach to the news? And what did a British spy have to do with it?

In a special edition for the 25th anniversary of The Week, current editors Theo Tait and Caroline Law and founding editor Jeremy O’Grady join Olly Mann to talk about how the magazine began - and how it has developed a unique approach to the news.

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