As part of our series on the art of the political interview, we’ve been looking at some of the most famous (and infamous) interviews over the years. Some are more memorable than others -- whether that's for the skill of the interviewer or interviewee, or the lack thereof of either.
We've scoured back through our memories and the archives to hand out some overdue awards to the political interviews that distinguish themselves from the norm.
The quickest backfire
Margaret Thatcher and George Negus, 1981