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1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die: Updated for 2021

Schneider, Steven Jay

A Carnival of Snackery :: Diaries 2003-2020

Sedaris, David
'He is the American Alan Bennett - or would be, if Bennett had a history of serious substance abuse and a higher tolerance for sick humour' Times Literary Supplement 'He makes me laugh so much. In an era when US satire is outpacing our own he's a sharp, humane and hilarious voice that never fails to make you smile - and sometimes weep.'

A Class Act : Life As A Working-Class Man In A Middle-Class World

Beckett, Rob
Rob Beckett never seems to fit in. At work, in the middle-class world of television and comedy, he's the laddy, cockney geezer but to his mates down the pub in south-east London, he's the theatrical one, a media luvvy. Even his wife and kids are posher than him. In this hilarious exploration of class, Rob tries to understand the life he lived growing up as a working-class kid in comparison to the life he lives now.

A Modern Man: The Best of George Carlin

Carlin, George
A new collection of greatest hits from one of the greatest comedians of our time, featuring a foreword by Lewis Black, an essay by Carlin's longtime manager and best friend, and never-before-seen material

A Queen for All Seasons

Lumley, Joanna
A sparkling celebration of our much-loved Queen Elizabeth II for her Platinum Jubilee including special writings and illuminating insights around key moments in her 70-year reign, introduced and edited by her biggest fan Joanna Lumley.

Act Like You Got Some Sense

Foxx, Jamie
From Academy Award-winning multi-talent Jamie Foxx, a hilariously candid look at the joys and pitfalls of being the father of two daughters.

Beyond Happiness: How Authentic Leaders Prioritize Purpose and People for Growth and Impact

Lim, Jenn
The co-founder and CEO of Delivering Happiness shares her Happiness Blueprint, the Delivering Happiness Framework, for building happier, more engaged, and highly profitable workplaces, starting with yourself.

By Order of the Peaky Blinders: The Official Companion to the Hit TV Series

Allen, Matt
Featuring brand new material, this is the ultimate companion for the hit TV show, Peaky Blinders. Packed full of unseen images, behind-the-scenes stories and interviews with the cast and creators.

Coming Up For Air : What I Learned From Sport, Fame And Fatherhood

Daly, Tom
A deeply personal and inspiring memoir from one of the most celebrated and influential names in British sport. With his unforgettable medal-winning performance in the 2012 London Olympics, double world champion Tom Daley captured the heart of the nation. This year's Games in Tokyo will be his fourth, and Tom is embarking on them with a renewed sense of perspective about what matters in life.

Cook As You Are: Recipes for Real Life, Hungry Cooks and Messy Kitchens

Tandoh, Ruby
A beautifully-illustrated cookbook for every taste, kitchen and body

Cry Of The Kalahari

Owens, Delia
'A remarkable story beautifully told... Among such classics as Goodall's In the Shadow of Man and Fossey's Gorillas in the Mist' Chicago Tribune

Dead Men Don’t Tell Tales

Martin, Guy
Guy famously often said, 'I love racing because it can kill you'. But he's a dad now, and he wants to see his daughter grow up to become a welder. The racing had to stop. But the thrill of an extreme, speed-based challenge still drives him, and his new mission is to hit a world-record-breaking 300mph on a motorbike he has built himself.