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The Uncyclopedia

by Gideon Haigh

Make way for this defiantly idiosyncratic, hilariously illuminating compendium of curiosities you never knew you wanted to know! How do you flirt in Turkish? How do you dump someone in Japanese? What are the...


Game for Anything

by Gideon Haigh

Gideon Haigh's new book covers all the great figures and major issues of cricket, by collecting all his best writing about the game. There are profiles of players past and present - Bradman, Ranjitsinhji, Benaud...


Quarterly Essay 10 Bad Company: The Cult of the CEO

by Gideon Haigh

"In the second Quarterly Essay of 2003, Gideon Haigh scrutinises the way we have turned CEOs into tin gods. Is moral outrage the appropriate response to the collapses of Enron or HIH or are we all implicated...


Mystery Spinner: The Life and Death of an Extraordinary Cricketer

by Gideon Haigh

Chosen by The Times as one of the 50 Greatest Sports Books of All Time.


The Big Ship: Warwick Armstrong and the making of modern cricket

by Gideon Haigh

A biography of Warwick Armstrong, the spiritual forefather of Steve Waugh and his present-day all-conquering Australians, and a literally giant figure in the history of modern cricket.


Mystery Spinner: The Life and Death of an Extraordinary Cricketer

by Gideon Haigh

It is no mystery that today the name of Jack Iverson is virtually unknown. For most of his life he was an unexceptional estate agent in Australia. He died in obscurity, by his own hand, at the age of only 58....


Ashes 2011: England's Record-Breaking Series Victory

by Gideon Haigh

Most people gave England a modest chance of success. Some, like Glenn McGrath, insisted that history would repeat itself and Australia would administer another 5-0 whitewash. What no-one anticipated was that...