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A Kentish Lad

£9.99

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Signed by the author. For more than 25 years Frank Muir, in partnership with Denis Norden, produced comedy for radio and television. On programmes such as "My Word!" and "My Music" his distinctive voice became familiar to millions as he displayed an astonishingly well-stocked mind and a genius for ad libbing and outrageous puns. Later, working at the BBC and then at London Weekend Television, he produced television comedy in the 1960s and 70s. He has written highly successful books for children, and two bestselling anthologies of humour. In his autobiography he recalls his childhood in Ramsgate, his time as an air photographer for the RAF during World War II, and his career as a scriptwriter and performer. 386 pages, hardback, with an undamaged dustcover. The book is in very good used condition with little sign of wear and tear.

Item details

Author(s):
Frank Muir
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
24.5 x 16 cm
Edition:
1997 fourth impression
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
059303452X
ISBN-13:
9780593034521
Number of pages:
386
Publisher:
Bantam
Title:
A Kentish Lad

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About this item

Signed by the author. For more than 25 years Frank Muir, in partnership with Denis Norden, produced comedy for radio and television. On programmes such as "My Word!" and "My Music" his distinctive voice became familiar to millions as he displayed an astonishingly well-stocked mind and a genius for ad libbing and outrageous puns. Later, working at the BBC and then at London Weekend Television, he produced television comedy in the 1960s and 70s. He has written highly successful books for children, and two bestselling anthologies of humour. In his autobiography he recalls his childhood in Ramsgate, his time as an air photographer for the RAF during World War II, and his career as a scriptwriter and performer. 386 pages, hardback, with an undamaged dustcover. The book is in very good used condition with little sign of wear and tear.

Author(s):
Frank Muir
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
24.5 x 16 cm
Edition:
1997 fourth impression
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
059303452X
ISBN-13:
9780593034521
Number of pages:
386
Publisher:
Bantam
Title:
A Kentish Lad

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