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Love Gary & Danny.

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Reviewed: 07-10-19

No interest in watching football whatsoever, just love listening to these two talk about it.

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A fabulous book.

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Reviewed: 19-04-19

As always David Hepworths passion for his subject
makes this book a fascinating trip into modern musical history.

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So much better than the book.

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Reviewed: 08-08-18

Listening to Doug and associates tell this tale is so much better because there is much more with different characters chipping in all the time. It`s like listening to a gang of drunken friends sitting around chatting for an evening.

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Absolutely fascinating.

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Reviewed: 18-02-18

My only complaint is it could of been twice as long & still as good.

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Funny as fx@$!

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Reviewed: 19-05-17

Only aware of Doug through his work with Charlie Brooker. so took a chance & laughed from start to finish.

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Inspirational.

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Reviewed: 23-04-15

The best hiking story since Bill Brysons walk in the woods. Just make sure you read or listen to the book before seeing the movie.

Better than the tv series.

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Reviewed: 27-02-15

Better than the tv series & that`s saying something because that`s brilliant. Took a while to put the faces to the different names as some characters have been changed to those on the tele, but gave a different more in depth spin to a great story.

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More.

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Reviewed: 02-03-14

Bloody brilliant laughed from start to finish. The asides & interruptions by Jack & Michael whilst the other was reading his personal account made it even more entertaining.

More history than memoir.

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Reviewed: 02-03-14

Very interesting from a history point of view especially some of the lesser known facts about Arnhem & the D-Day landing. Not so good if you wanted to find out anything about the author though as it tells the listener pretty much bugger all about Al Murray the person his life & career.

Bill never ceases to amaze.

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Reviewed: 06-10-13

What did you like most about One Summer?

Only Bill Bryson could write a book about a single year in American history & make every minute of it fascinating can`t switch it off listen.