New Nelson Mandela Podcast Shares Hours Worth Of History

New nelson mandela podcast shares hours worth of history

NBC News published this video item, entitled “New Nelson Mandela Podcast Shares Hours Worth Of History” – below is their description.

Rick Stengel, a former stringer for Rolling Stone, recorded 70 hours of interviews with Nelson Mandela after his release from prison, who was in need of a ghostwriter for his autobiography. NBC News’ Harry Smith shares more about how Stengel turned the recordings into a podcast where listeners can hear history unfold.

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