London, South Kensington
19 September 2007
Gyles Brandreth meets Christopher Robin
a George Hostler red knitted jumper, the front a pensive Pooh and the reverse with 'Now we are sixty'; Gyles Brandreth's book 'Brief Encounters - meeting with remarkable people' published in 2001, signed; and a photograph of Gyles meeting Christopher Robin Milne
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In his book Brief Encounters Gyles explains how meeting Christopher Robin was his proudest boast, often saying 'I shook the hand that held the paw of Winnie-the-Pooh'.
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