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You Got An Ology?

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Maureen Lipman, star of stage and screen and author of "How Was It For You" and "Something To Fall Back On", is now famous as the heroine of the award-winning British Telecom commercials in the character of Beattie. Here are all Beattie's classic encounters, including "Anthony and the Ology".
Paperback, 144 pages
Published November 1st 1990 by Fontana Press (first published October 1st 1989)
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Can you really write a book about a television advert? And a biggish glossy book at that? Isn't that milking the concept a little too far? Well perhaps it is really, but this book provides an hour or so's amusement just the same.

You probably have to be British to understand the reference - and to have been watching television in the 1980s too. At that time, a series of adverts for what was "British Telecom (British Telephones and Communications) made the nation laugh. Despite ourselves, we got c
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