Hilary McGrady

This week it's the Director General of the National Trust, one of Britain's biggest heritage organisations and the custodian of hundreds of our finest castles, great houses and beaches, along with vast swathes of our treasured countryside. They discuss recent controversies over the Trust's vision for the future, its focus on the history of slavery, as well as the plummeting revenues and job losses of the pandemic.


 

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