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How Very Interesting

How Very Interesting

Peter Cook's Universe And All That Surrounds It

Peter Cook Appreciation Society

"Informative and entertaining" -- The Guardian. How Very Interesting contains interviews with those who worked with Cook during his long and varied career and who saw him as an inspiration.

Size: ↑ 129 mm520 PagesISBN: 9781905005239
Publication: October 2, 2006

Trade paperback

  • £9.99

Who is The Zsa Zsa Man? What are the demands of The Sydney Darlow Dancing Troupe? What lurks Behind The Fridge? What was The Glidd Of Glood's true nature? Why can’t we go to Heaven when we die? What was the true genesis of Monty Python's Parrot Sketch? Why is Morton P. Fergleberger terrified of titanium rods? Who is Morton P. Fergleberger anyway? The Peter Cook Appreciation Society has the answers. How Very Interesting contains interviews with those who worked with Cook during his long and varied career and who saw him as an inspiration: his colleagues, collaborators, co-writers, producers, directors, fans and friends, including John Fortune, Barry Fantoni, Eleanor Bron, the staff of Private Eye, Trevor Baylis, Robyn Hitchcock, Chris Morris, Will Self, Jerry Sadowitz, Malcolm McLaren, Elvis Costello, Nigel Planer, Mel Smith, John Cooper Clarke, Barry Cryer, Auberon Waugh, Clive Anderson, and more - including the great man himself. Alongside the interviews, revelations and slanging matches, How Very Interesting unearths rare pieces of Cookiana, cocks an ear at Private Eye's Famous Flexies and Derek & Clive, sits through The Hound of the Baskervilles and Cook's many screen outings, and otherwise digs, delves and disappears into the universe of Peter Cook, and all that surrounds it.

Dan Kieran, Peter Gordon and Paul Hamilton have edited and supported the Peter Cook Appreciation Society and its magazine publication, Published and Bedazzled, for many years.

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"Glorious... superb stuff" -- Bizarre
 

Format: Trade paperback

Size: ↑ 129 mm

520 Pages

ISBN: 9781905005239

Publication: October 2, 2006


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