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Running with Fire: The True Story of Chariots of Fire Hero Harold Abrahams

by Mark Ryan

Immortalised in the film Chariots of Fire, Harold Abrahams remains one of the all-time great British Olympians, but in many ways his true story is even more dramatic and moving than as portrayed on the big screen....


Where Do Comedians Go When They Die?: Journey of a Stand-Up

by Milton Jones

Jerome Stevens makes people laugh for a living. Or he tries to… The stand-up circuit is a world of extremes where money talks, agents slither and hecklers throw mince pies. It’s hard to balance the demands...


The Last Victorians: A Daring Reassessment of Four Twentieth Century Eccentrics

by W. Sydney Robinson

Ever since the publication of Lytton Strachey’s Eminent Victorians in 1918 it has been fashionable to ridicule the great figures of the nineteenth century. From the longreigning monarch herself to the celebrated...


The Life and Loves of Laurie Lee

by Valerie Grove

Millions of readers know and love him for his lyrical portraits of his life, from the moving and nostalgic tales of childhood and innocence found in the pages of Cider with Rosie, to the nomadic wanderings through...


Dusty: An Intimate Portrait of a Musical Legend

by Karen Bartlett

Dusty Springfield was one of the biggest and brightest musical stars of the twentieth century. From the launch of her solo career in 1963, she exuded beauty and glamour with a distinctively unique voice that...


The Three Lives of Dylan Thomas

by Hilly Janes

Dylan Thomas was one of the most extraordinary poetic talents of the twentieth century. Poems such as ‘Do not go gentle into that good night’ regularly top polls of the nation’s favourites and his much-loved...


Twin Tracks: The Autobiography

by Roger Bannister

It was a blustery late spring day in 1954 and a young Oxford medical student flung himself over the line in a mile race. There was an agonising pause, and then the timekeeper announced the record: three minutes,...


I Know Nothing!: An Autobiography

by Andrew Sachs

Berlin, 1938. In a crowded restaurant a small boy watches fearfully as his Jewish father is arrested by Hitler’s Gestapo. Days later, as Nazis burn and loot Jewish shops, his resourceful Catholic mother prepares...


Fan-tastic Sporting Stories: 300 True Tales of Fans Who Stole the Limelight

by Graham Sharpe

For some fans, a ringside seat just isn’t close enough to the action. Stretching from the benign to the malign, from the entertaining to the insane, and from the sublime to the ridiculous, this compelling...


Modern Manners: The Essential Guide to Correct Behaviour and Etiquette

by Philip Howard

For many years Philip Howard has delighted Times readers with his wildly popular ‘Modern Times’ column, answering questions on contemporary etiquette and acting as confidant and gleeful guide to those attempting...


More One Liners, Jokes and Gags

by Grant Tucker

After making us laugh out loud with 5,000 Great One-Liners, Grant Tucker goes one better with this uproarious sequel! More One-Liners is another hilarious volume of the finest quips, zingers, puns and wisecracks...


The Porn Identity: Spoof Porn Films

by Arsula Undress

Feeling blue? Indulge yourself with this fabulous line-up of some of the friskiest films of all time. Some of them real, some of them imagined, these titillating titles are accompanied by anatomically unimaginable...


The Shark that Walks on Land: And Other Strange but True Tales of Mysterious Sea Creatures

by Michael Bright

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water… When you dive into the sea, do you ever wonder what’s down there, beneath you, poised to take an inquisitive bite? Author of Jaws Peter Benchley...


Finding the Plot: 100 Graves to Visit Before You Die

by Ann Treneman

Ann Treneman, the award-winning Times writer best known for her incisive parliamentary sketches, has branched out – to graveyards. In this riveting book she takes you to the most interesting graves in Britain....


Pets by Royal Appointment: The Royal Family and their Animals

by Brian Hoey

The royal family say they can do without many things, but not their animals. For countless monarchs and their consorts, dogs, cats, horses and even the occasional parrot have acted as constant, faithful companions,...


Rula: My Colourful Life

by Rula Lenska

Rula Lenska’s is an extraordinary life. Born in Britain to Polish aristocrats, refugees from the Nazis and then the Soviets, Rula found fame in the 1970s as ‘Q’ in the TV series Rock Follies. Shortly afterwards,...


My Week*: *According to Hugo Rifkind: The Secret Diary of Almost Everyone

by Hugo Rifkind

In 2006, as the gossip columnist for The Times, Hugo Rifkind realised it would be much easier to do his job if he could make all the stories up. So he did. For years now, Rifkind’s hilarious ‘My Week’ column...


Maeve Binchy: The Biography

by Piers Dudgeon

Bringing joy to thousands around the world, Maeve Binchy’s heart-warming tales of love, life and loss made her one of Ireland’s most celebrated writers. Seared with a truth and honesty that leapt from the...


On the Run: Deserters Through the Ages

by Graeme Kent

There have been many books written about valour in battle. This is not one of them. On the contrary, On the Run deals entirely with those men and women who have departed from life in the armed forces. For as...


Skirting the Boundary: A History of Women's Cricket

by Isabelle Duncan

For too long, women have been kept beyond the boundary. Now, they are storming the field. This is their story. Cricket is a sport noted for the richness of its literature, yet despite all that has been written...