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A warm and funny novel about folk musicians, by one of Britain's most popular radio broadcasters.
Mark Radcliffe was born in Bolton. He is currently employed by the BBC to talk between records on Radio 1. He is married, has two daughters, lives in Cheshire, supports Manchester City F.C. and drinks in the George and Dragon.
'Funny, touching and always amusing' -- Sunday Express 'Funny, touching, true. If you love music, you will love this book' -- Fran Healy 'A thoroughly satisfying read and a great snapshot of the world it depicts.' -- Paul Armfield, Ottakar's Isle of Wight Praise for SHOWBUSINESS: 'Lancashire's answer to Nick Hornby. If Mark Radcliffe ever gets bored with Djing, there's a highly promising career as a writer waiting for him' -- The Mirror 'Hilarious stuff' -- Independent on Sunday 'A love letter to pop music. Mark Radcliffe is the sharpest DJ that Radio One has ever had by some considerable distance' -- The Sunday Times