Introduction Prelude Chapter One: Bipolar Chapter Two: Fears, Tears . . . and Piers Chapter Three: Locked Up Chapter Four: Free To Go Chapter Five: Running From My Life. Chapter Six: Zombie Chapter Seven: Long Road Back Chapter Eight: Family Affair Chapter Nine: How Jimmy Fixed Me Up Chapter Ten: Fighting For Change Chapter Eleven: Losing Mum Chapter Twelve: Throwing In The Towel Chapter Thirteen: Boxing On The Ropes Chapter Fourteen: National Treasure Chapter Fifteen: Standing Tall Epilogue Special section - Seconds Out Interviews with Piers Morgan, Norman Lamb, Alastair Campbell, Tim Witherspoon and Ricky Hatton
Frank Bruno to appear on the following shows in month of publication: The One Show (BBC One); Simon Mayo's Drivetime (BBC Radio 2); Lorraine (ITV), Bryony Gordon's Mad World podcast (The Telegraph). He will also be collaborating with MIND and the associated Time to Change campaign in time for World Mental Health Day (October 10th). Serialisation is also expected.
Frank Bruno became World Heavyweight Boxing Champion after winning the WBC title in 1995 at a packed Wembley Stadium. The victory fulfilled a lifetime's ambition and Frank was later awarded an MBE. Frank's boxing career transformed him into a national treasure and he has remained a popular celebrity following his retirement from the sport in 1996. In the past five years he has dedicated much of his time to campaigning to improve the care those suffering from mental ill health receive. A father-of-four, Frank now lives on his on own in Bedfordshire. Nick Owens is a London-based journalist at the Sunday Mirror. He launched the newspaper's award-winning Time To Change campaign, which aims to break down stigma associated with mental health conditions. Frank is an ambassador for the crusade.