Self-deprecating tale of an ordinary man's life in the celebrity bear pit - from the Sunday Times-bestselling author
Andrew Collins is a writer and broadcaster, whose early career at the NME and Q led him to Radio 1, Radio 4 and 6 Music. He is Film Editor of Radio Times, the author of three memoirs, co-writer of BBC sitcoms Grass and Not Going Out, and the host of Saturday Night at the Movies on Classic FM.
Collins' easygoing charm is hard to resist - a welcome visitor into
any home that houses a Nick Hornby or a Tony Parsons * The Herald
All recounted in a wittily self-deprecating style. As good an insight into magazine life as you'll get * Q Magazine *
Entertaining from start to finish * OK! *
It's Almost Famous for grown-ups. Witty music journo Collins describes a life of rubbing shoulders with the stars * Zoo *
A punchy self-help book for aspiring journalists * The Times *