Now in paperback, this entertaining, thoughtful memoir is a fitting tribute to Dame Thora's later years and witness to two of her greatest talents: the ability to tell a story and her determination to stay on top of life even when in severe pain.
Paperback, 208 pages
February 1st 2001
by Hodder & Stoughton
(first published 2000)
Good book. Lighthearted. Funny in places. Talks about her encounters with cherie Blair, betty boothroyd, Alan... Whathisname (I should remember, he was mentioned enough) the playwright, Victoria Wood and Deric Longden. Definitely enhanced by her reading it in audiobook form (from listening books). There is one short section that isn't read by her though.