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Made In Scotland

My Grand Adventures in a Wee Country

By Billy Connolly | Paperback / softback | 1 Review(s)

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All roads lead home.'After my knighthood was announced,a woman from the BBC came toGlasgow to interview me. We satdown in a lovely hotel in a nice partof town, and she hit me with her firstquestion- "This must mean a lot toyou, with you coming from nothing?"I looked at her, and I laughed."I did?nae... read more

Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
15 Oct 2018
Author(s)
Billy Connolly
Publisher
Ebury Publishing
ISBN-13
9781785943737
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm x 22mm
Pages
288
Format
Paperback / softback
Release Date
15 Oct 2018
Author(s)
Billy Connolly
Publisher
Ebury Publishing
ISBN-13
9781785943737
Dimensions
153mm x 234mm x 22mm
Pages
288

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06 Dec 2018

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Made In Scotland

We are spoiled for choice this Christmas with quality biographies and at the top of the list has to be Billy Connolly’s highly readable, highly entertaining stories of his adventures in a ‘wee country’. Billy is the best one to introduce his new book: “After my knighthood was announced, a woman from the BBC came to Glasgow to interview me. We sat down in a lovely hotel in a nice part of town, and she hit me with her fi rst question: “This must mean a lot to you, with you coming from nothing?” I looked at her and laughed... “I dinnae come from nothing”, I told her, “I come from something...” I grew up in the tenements of post-war Glasgow. I am very proud to be working class, and especially a working class Glaswegian who has worked in the shipyards. I come from the working class and most of all I come from Scotland... and this book is about why I will always be happy and proud to do what I do.” As reviewed by our lovely Sue Reid from Paper Plus Masterton

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