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At My Mother's Knee ...: and Other Low Joints (Paperback)
  • At My Mother's Knee ...: and Other Low Joints (Paperback)

At My Mother's Knee ...: and Other Low Joints (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 04/06/2009
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Paul O'Grady is one of Britain's very best loved entertainers. He is known and adored by millions, whether as the creator of the acid-tongued Blonde Bombsite, Lily Savage, or the presenter of the fantastically successful, award-winning "Paul O'Grady Show" on Channel 4. Now, in his own unique voice, Paul O'Grady tells story of his early life in Irish Catholic Birkenhead that started him on the long and winding road from mischievous altar boy to national treasure. It is a brilliantly evoked, hilarious and often moving tale of gossip in the back yard, bragging in the corner shop and slanging matches on the front doorstep, populated by larger-than-life characters with hearts of gold and tongues as sharp as razors. "At My Mother's Knee" features an unforgettable cast of rogues, rascals, lovers, fighters, saints and sinners - and one iconic bus conductress.It's a book which really does have something for everyone and which reminds us that, when all's said and done, there's a bit of savage in all of us...

Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
ISBN: 9780553819489

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“Very Paui O'Grady!”

A very funny book by a likeable man. The book gives an insight into his tough upbringing and the forming of
his many characters before he felt able to be
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