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Mock the Week and Outnumbered's Hugh Dennis with an hilarious and insightful exploration of the changing image of Britain and Britishness.
Hugh Dennis is an award-winning writer, actor and comedian best known for weekly satirical panel show Mock The Week, Radio 4's The Now Show and BBC sit-com Outnumbered. He lives in Sussex with his real wife and his real children. To their annoyance he is interested in almost everything. He reads, runs, cycles, and is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
An archetypal British book: very funny, genuinely informative, and, most importantly, makes you forget what you're actually doing on the toilet. * David Baddiel * I wish people had written funny books like this about boring things when I was a kid. I might be a history professor by now. Hugh Dennis has written a funny and entertaining book... it passed through my eyes and into my brain so easily and for once the information didn't come right out of my ears within seconds. Lots of laughs and much more than quite interesting. * Jo Brand * Funny and interesting. The best guide to Britain since the 1976 AA Road Atlas. * John O'Farrell * What do they of England know, that only England know? Kipling asked. Writing about your own country is the hardest thing to do. Hugh Dennis has inspected our sceptred isle and remorselessly scoured it inside out and come up with a funny, hilariously satirical, but warm and brilliantly observed portrait of our complicated, ridiculous but loveable country. Utterly readable and laugh out loud funny. * Stephen Fry *