The dazzlingly funny second volume of Danny Baker's memoirs: the television years.
Since my first book was published I have had countless friends and family members get in touch to say how come I hadn't included this story or that tale. Was I ashamed of being shot twice, once up the arse, in Jamaica Road? How long should a man live with such a secret? If by retrospectively dropping my trousers every few pages I can reveal a fuller picture of myself during these years, then so be it.
Besides. Being shot up the arse. In front of your mates.
What else did I forget?
Rattles along at the same delightful and dizzying pace as its predecessor - DAILY TELEGRAPH
This book is a hoot, buzzing with Baker's impressive recall and nuclear-strength warmth and humour - OBSERVER
Like its author, Baker's book is garrulous, preening, self-mocking and funny. It's as rattling to read as it evidently was to write. In the proud Baker tradition, it's a bit of a knockout - NEW STATESMAN
Baker writes as he speaks, with honesty and infectious joie de vivre - SUNDAY EXPRESS
Danny Baker is an English comedy writer, journalist, radio DJ and screenwriter. He currently presents daily on BBC London 94.9 and a weekly show on BBC Radio 5 Live.
For more, visit Danny Baker's website at www.internettreehouse.co.uk and follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/prodnose.