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On The Beat: My Story

by Graham Cole

Graham Cole has played PC Tony Stamp in hit television drama The Bill for nearly 25 years. Now he lifts the lid on his own life and reveals how he became one of Britain's best-loved TV cops. From growing up...


Gerald Finzi: His Life and Music

by Diana McVeagh

Gerald Finzi is one of the best-known modern English composers. While he is especially famous as a song-writer, for his sensitive settings of poets such as Hardy and Wordsworth, he also wrote in other genres;...


A Shirt Box Full of Songs

by Barbara Dickson

From singing to the postman when she was two years old to her annual sell-out tours in the 2000s, Barbara Dickson has been captivating her fans for the best part of sixty years. In her autobiography she describes...


Honest: My Story So Far (The Official Autobiography)

by Tulisa Contostavlos

Tulisa Contostavlos is one of the most talented and high-profile recording artists working in the UK today. She has three platinum N-Dubz albums, four MOBO awards, a groundbreaking drama series, two documentaries,...


Going to Sea in a Sieve: The Autobiography

by Danny Baker

Danny Baker was born in Deptford, South East London in June 1957, and from an early age was involved in magazine journalism, with the founding of fanzine 'Sniffin' Glue', alongside friend Mark Perry. From there...


Bloody Mary: My Story

by Mary Coughlan

Since she rose to international fame in 1985 with her seminal Irish jazz album Tired and Emotional, Mary Coughlan's battles with addiction, the problems in her personal life and career have been well documented....


She Always Knew How: Mae West, a Personal Biography

by Charlotte Chandler

In She Always Knew How, her wonderful new biography of legendary actress Mae West, acclaimed biographer Charlotte Chandler draws on a series of interviews she conducted with the star just months before her death...


Parky's People

by Michael Parkinson

Sir Michael Parkinson occupies a unique place in the public consciousness. For many he is the chronicler of a generation. Through his onscreen work and his intelligent, thought provking journalism, he has introduced...


Happy Days: Official Illustrated Autobiography

by Olly Murs

Olly Murs invites you behind the scenes in his official illustrated autobiography filled with hundreds of brand new and exclusive photos.

'My life has been a non-stop roller-coaster of extreme emotions, crazy...


Cuckoo in the Nest

by Nat Luurtsema

Keep your enemies close, your family less so...

Last year Nat found herself with nowhere to live. She considered sleeping on the bus and washing in the rain but inevitably ended up on her parents' doorstep....


Dizzee Rascal: Tales from Da Corner

by Alex Kitts

In 2003, at the age of 17, Dizzee Rascal became an overnight name to drop when his debut album, Boy In Da Corner, beat Coldplay, Radiohead and The Darkness to the Mercury Music Prize. Dizzee was born in Nigeria,...


John Peel

by Mick Wall

John Peel was born in Cheshire in 1939 and, after National Service, he eventually went into broadcasting while travelling in America, where his Liverpool accent convinced them he must know the Beatles, and he...


My Life Behaving Badly: The Autobiography

by Leslie Ash

Leslie Ash has been one of Britain's most popular actresses for many years now, having made her big break in the film 'Quadrophenia'. In the 1980s she starred in 'Cat's Eyes', but it is as Deb in 'Men Behaving...


Bruno My Story

by Bruno Tonioli

Meet Bruno Tonioli - Strictly Come Dancing judge, wildcat choreographer and stardust magnet. With his irrepressible personality and Italian exuberance, Bruno has become a TV sensation, settling the fate of Britain's...


I Hate Your Guts

by Jim Norton

When New York Times bestselling author and comedian Jim Norton isn't paying for massages with happy endings, or pretending to be fooled by transsexuals he picks up, he spends his time wondering what certain...


Blue Light

by Mieko Ouchi

Leni Riefenstahl, one hundred years old, is in the office of a young female Hollywood studio executive. Leni's reason to be there is clear: to make one last desperate pitch to direct her first feature film in...


The Beatles in America: The 50th Anniversary

by Chris Hutchins, Peter Thompson & Gloria Steinem

The Beatles in America is a limited edition special e-short presented by the Smithsonian and the Grammy Museum. It’s hard to believe that the Beatles first came to America 50 years ago. Their influence cannot...


Martini Man: The Life of Dean Martin

by William Schoell

Martini Man goes beyond the simple caricature of the boozy lounge singer with a penchant for racy humor to reveal the substantive man behind that mask.


The Autobiography of My Father

by Martin Edmond

Awarded third place in the 1993 Wattie Book Award, Martin Edmond's The Autobiography of My Father is a pioneering work of creative non-fiction in which Edmond transforms his grief at the death of his father,...


Na to Hoa Aroha, from Your Dear Friend, Volume 3: The Correspondence of Sir Apirana Ngata

by Sir Peter Buck & Sir Apirana Ngata

The leading historian Keith Sorrenson has collected in three volumes the complete correspondence (174 letters in all) between two distinguished twentieth-century Māori scholars and statesmen, Sir Apirana Ngata...