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A startling expose of our nation's growing addiction to television and why and how we should stop it
Dr Aric Sigman is an American psychologist, biologist, broadcaster and author who has lived in Britain for many years. He has been a columnist for Arena and Hello magazines and has written for the Independent. He won the Times Educational Supplement Best Information Book Award and was runner up in the Publisher's Awards as Best British Business Columnist. Dr Sigman has written, appeared in and presented a number of prime time radio and television documentary series. Dr Sigman travels abroad frequently to observe the influence of television on various cultures, including Bhutan, Tonga, Myanmar, Iran, Korea, Vietnam, Mali Bolivia and Burkina Faso.
"...his argument is compelling...Sigman might inspire his own brand of TV dementia: sets thrown wildly from open bedroom windows, Aerosmith-style, smashing to smithereens while whole neighbourhoods applaud. Seriously, TV can ruin your life" * Independent on Sunday * "At last, definitive and readable proof that TV can damage your health. Well done, Sigman!" -- Oliver James "5* review: Compelling. Sigman might inspire his own brand of TV dementia: sets thrown wildly from ... windows, Aerosmith-style, while whole neighbourhoods applaud." * Independent on Sunday * "... the damage done to children, is forcefully pointed out. I found Sigman's critique most welcome." * Publishing News, Personal Choice * "This is a book after my own heart, and every press should do a feature on it" * The Bookseller *