Q | Sep 20, 2012 | 19:18

Carol Blue, widow of Christopher Hitchens, on Q

Carol Blue, contributing editor at Vanity Fair, joined Jian Ghomeshi for a chat about her late husband, author Christopher Hitchens. His last collection of essays, Mortality, details his battle with the cancer that took his life.

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