Steve Wright's Further Factoids POD/NR
 
About the Book

After the phenomenal success of Steve Wright's Book of Factoids, Steve returns with Further Factoids, bringing together the weirdest and most extraordinary factoids from BBC Radio 2's Steve Wright in the Afternoon.

Steve Wright, one of nation's favourite DJs, is a man with a brain the size of a small planet. Unfortunately for him, this brain appears to be filled with trivia that would make Magnus Magnuson green with envy. Fortunately for us, he has decided to let his brain gush out into another hilarious, fascinating and informative compendium of strange and bizarre facts from around the world.

For example, did you know that:
- Worcestershire sauce is basically anchovy ketchup?
- They add liquid detergent to our favourite bevvy in beer commercials to make it foam more?
- Austria was the first country ever to use postcards?
- A hippo can open its mouth wide enough to fit Little Ant and Dec inside?

Bringing together more of the strangest and most hilarious factoids from Steve's show, he provides explanations, commentary and anecdotes to enhance this entertaining collection of hundreds of fun facts.


About the Author:

Born in Greenwich in 1954, Steve Wright held a number of jobs before joining RTL (Radio Luxembourg) in the 70s, then on to BBC Radio 1 and BBC television. He's written books, penned newspaper and magazine columns and works as a media consultant & film reviewer. He's also the writer and presenter of 'Top of the Pops 2'. Steve is now where he belongs on Radio 2's Steve Wright in the Afternoon show, a daily miscellany of lifestyle and interviews with celebs, politicians, authors & musicians.

Book Details
ISBN-13: 9780007255184
Publisher: HarperCollins Entertainment
Publisher Imprint: HarperCollins Entertainment
Depth: 13
Language: English
Returnable: N
Spine Width: 13 mm
Width: 127 mm
ISBN-10: 0007255187
Publisher Date: 25 Mar 2011
Binding: Paperback
Height: 193 mm
No of Pages: 160
Series Title: English
Weight: 236 gr
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