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Murder At The Midland Hotel By A. D. Padgett
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The first novella in a series of Murder on the Dance Floor mysteries. Rachel Foxe is called to investigate a missing husband and finds a deadly web of intrigue and deceit at a Charleston and Lindy... More > Hop dance in Morecambe's famous Art Deco Midland Hotel.< Less
Murder At The Midland Hotel By A. D. Padgett
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The first novella in a series of Murder on the Dance Floor mysteries. Rachel Foxe is called to investigate a missing husband and finds a deadly web of intrigue and deceit at a Charleston and Lindy... More > Hop dance in Morecambe's famous Art Deco Midland Hotel.< Less
Champagne in Monte Carlo-Chips on Wigan Pier By Norman Smeddles
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This is my story of trying to 'make it' in showbusiness. It's about how I got my first guitar and how I was caught up in the Merseybeat phenomenon of the 1960s.I was desperate to make music my career... More > and I managed to go from playing on the church youth clubs of Liverpool to the Cavern Club to Television and to The Albert Hall and The London Palladium. How I went on to work with Shirley Bassey, Morecambe and Wise, Benny Hill, Jimmy Tarbuck, Rolf Harris and many more and how I went on to perform for Prince Charles, The Queen and Prince Phillip. But it's also the story of the hard times in the Workingmen's Clubs and Miner's Clubs of the North East and South Wales the late late nights and the boring travelling. It's a story with humour and sadness, elation and disappointment.How it all started and how it all ended and it's also about the many friends I met along the way.< Less
Warwick's Revolving Towers By Martin Easdown, Linda Sage
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A history of the Warwick's Revolving Towers in Great Yarmouth, Morecambe, Scarborough, Southend-on-Sea, Douglas and Cleethorpes.
Warwick's Revolving Towers By Martin Easdown, Linda Sage
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A history of the revolving amusement towers at Great Yarmouth, Morecambe, Scarborough, Southend-on-Sea, Douglas (Isle of Man) and Cleethorpes.
Classic Scooter Runs of the 1980's By Chris Lofts
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Morecambe, Scarborough, Great Yarmouth, The Isle of Wight.... British seaside resorts held forever in the hearts of scooterists. This is a series of four short, but wickedly funny articles, loosely... More > based on the authors experiences in the UK scooter scene during the 1980's.< Less
The Chronologically Challenged Funeral Director By Molly Cutpurse
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Take a lone and eccentric woman scientist from ninety-four years in the future, a devastating curse from a thousand old family who practise Wicca, a present day hypochondriac young funeral director... More > (the spitting image of Eric Morecambe) whose business is in Southend-on-sea, and the love of his life who doesn't want him. Mix in the erotic dance of the tango, a comic journey that can only lead to an uncertain doom, and you have, The chronologically challenged funeral director.< Less
Albion By Steve Rudd
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Steve Rudd was born in Hull, East Yorkshire, in 1955, completely naked, unable to walk, talk, or fend for himself. His chief poetic claim to fame is that he once served Philip Larkin in a bookshop.... More > Unfortunately for both parties at the time, he mistook the great man for Eric Morecambe. He lives in West Yorkshire with a wife, a cat, and a variable number of dogs, but not necessarily in that order. His hobbies include annoying people, lying under the table with an empty can of Special Brew (which is, in itself, a form of prayer) thinking about Abraham Lincoln’s hat, and having staring contests with the linoleum. In common with many other misguided adolescents, he began writing poetry while still at school. Fortunately for mankind, all of this early work has been lost. Albion is his third poetry collection, and, like the other two, will probably appeal most strongly to people who have a table with one leg 0.33cm shorter than the other three.< Less
The British Television Comedy Research Guide 1936-2011 Volume 1 By Simon Coward, Richard Down, Chris Perry
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Frankie Howerd, Tommy Cooper, Arthur Askey, Morecambe and Wise, Chris Addison, Lee Mack, Angus Deayton, Rowan Atkinson, Arthur Lowe and Nerys Hughes are a few of the comedians and actors appearing in... More > this book. They all appear in a huge array of shows that Kaleidoscope have listed in incredible detail to please any trivia buff or ardent researcher. These shows include Dad’s Army, The Likely Lads, Please Sir!, Man About the House and Sykes which sit side by side with the obscure Don’t Tell Father, The Walrus and the Carpenter and The Gordon Peters Show. Casts, producers, directors, writers, musicians – if they appeared in British comedy shows, they are in this book. Look for Ridley Scott, Roy Clarke, Johnnie Mortimer, Colin Bostock-Smith, Geoff Atkinson, Richard Curtis and all the other famous names of the past. This book and its other four volumes is a must-have for anybody interested in British comedy. It also lists untransmitted comedy pilots.< Less
The British Television Comedy Research Guide 1936-2011 Volume 2 By Simon Coward, Richard Down, Chris Perry
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Frankie Howerd, Tommy Cooper, Arthur Askey, Morecambe and Wise, Chris Addison, Lee Mack, Angus Deayton, Rowan Atkinson, Arthur Lowe and Nerys Hughes are a few of the comedians and actors appearing in... More > this book. They all appear in a huge array of shows that Kaleidoscope have listed in incredible detail to please any trivia buff or ardent researcher. These shows include Dad’s Army, The Likely Lads, Please Sir!, Man About the House and Sykes which sit side by side with the obscure Don’t Tell Father, The Walrus and the Carpenter and The Gordon Peters Show. Casts, producers, directors, writers, musicians – if they appeared in British comedy shows, they are in this book. Look for Ridley Scott, Roy Clarke, Johnnie Mortimer, Colin Bostock-Smith, Geoff Atkinson, Richard Curtis and all the other famous names of the past. This book and its other four volumes is a must-have for anybody interested in British comedy. It also lists untransmitted comedy pilots.< Less