The following books were featured:-
1. The Alastair Campbell Diaries: The Blair Years (Hutchinson)
2. Guy Walters - Berlin Games: How Hitler Stole the Olympic Dream (John Murray)
3. Peter Barton - Passchendaele: The Complete Panorama of the Third Battle of Ypres (Constable & Robinson)
4. Cathi Unsworth - The Singer (Serpent's Tail) Book of the Month.
5. Roy Morgan - Encyclopaedia of World Cricket (Sports Books)
6. Tom Wright - Roadwork: Rock and Roll Turned Inside Out (Hal Leonard)
And, you can listen to it here:
Books also received during June, July and August, some of which may well feature in the September show ... whenever that's gonna be (I'll let you know as soon as I know myself) include:-
Kathy Reichs - Ashes to Bones (Heinemann)
Paul Weller - Suburban 100 (Century)
Julian Cope - Japrocksampler: How the Post-War Japanese Blew Their Minds on Rock n Roll (Bloomsbury)
Glenda and Jack Rollin (ed) - The Sky Sports Football Yearbook 2007-08 (Headline)
Robert Harvey - The War of Wars: The Epic Struggle Between Britain and France 1789-1815 (Constable & Robinson)
Roy & Lesley Adkins - The War for All the Oceans: From Nelson at the Nile to Napoleon at Waterloo (Abacus)
Michael Simkins - Fatty Batter: How Cricket Saved By Life ... Then Ruined It (Ebury)
David Nolan - Bernard Sumner Confusion: Joy Division, Electronic and New Order versus the World (IMP)
Norman Davies - Europe at War 1939-1945: No Simple Victory (Pan)
Rajender Amarnath - The Making of a Legend: Lala Amarnath (Sports Books)
Jeremy Scahill - Blackwater (Serpent's Tail)
David McWilliams - The Pope's Children: Ireland's New Elite (Pan)
Ian R English - For You, Tommy, the War is Over (Business Education Publishers)
Iain Gale - Man of Honour (HarperCollins)
Richard Milton - Best of Enemies: Britain and Germany 100 Years of Truth and Lies (Icon)
Simon Cox and Mark Foster - An A to Z of The Occult (Mainstream Publishing)
Ron Butlin - No More Angels (Serpent's Tail)
Stuart McBride - Broken Skin (HarperCollins)
Robert Douglas - At Her Majesty's Pleasure (Hodder & Stoughton)
Arthur McClelland - From Tyne To Tsar (University Press of Sunderland)
Christopher Brookmyre - Attack of the Unsinkable Rubber Ducks (LittleBrown)
Philip Nolan - Ryanland: A No-Fills Odyssey Across the New Europe (Hodder Headline)
Sophie Gee - The Scandal of the Season (Chatto & Windus)
Laura Kipnis - The Female Thing (Serpent's Tale)
Piers Bizony - Atom (Icon)
The Edgar Broughton Band
God Speed You Black Emperor
Amateur Transplant's parody of the 'Sheila's Wheels' tune.
The John Peel Show
Round the Horne
Radio 2's Mad About the Boy and The Producers.
Time Team repeats
Top Gear repeats
The West Wing repeats - well... it's that time of the year.
The Secret Life of the Motorway
Match of the Day
British Film Forever
A Bit of Fry and Laurie.
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
Oh, and to all of the lovely people who were at our Graeme's Big Boozy Birthday Bash on Sunday, that was what we in "the biz" call 'a stone groove, baby...'