The autobiography of one of the most respected and enduring figures in British entertainment.
Frank Muir lived in Surrey with his wife Polly for many years. He died in 1998.
"Forget the Booker Prize shortlist. Here is something a lot more enjoyable" * The Sunday Times * "A treasure trove of funny stories ... a warm, witty, and extremely well-written book" * Sunday Express * "Frank Muir is not just very funny. He is also a scholar with an enormous fund of curious learning. His intelligence, taste and genius with the English language is all his own" * The Sunday Times * "Warmly wise autobiography, as good as anything he has written, bracingly amusing, nostalgic and full of shrewd commonsense" * The Spectator * "This delightful memoir is guaranteed to put a smile on your face" * Daily Mail *