In 1963 the resignation of John Profumo rocked the government as his affair with Christine Keeler was exposed to the world. In the aftermath of the scandal, Lord Denning was tasked with investigating whether any breaches of national security had been caused by Profumo's tryst with Keeler. It was one of the most keenly anticipated reports of its kind and sold thousands of copies upon publication. Even decades later it remains an enthralling read providing a window into the corridors of power and the lives of privileged and powerful.
Read by Russell Binns
Edited by Dougal Patmore
Executive Producers are Steve Lanham and Dan Snow