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- Penguin Random House New Zealand 2012; US$ 18.55
How a small boy with a stammer ended up on the stage, becoming one of New Zealand's best loved comedians. In The Years Before My Death , renowned and much loved actor-director and comedy show writer David McPhail recounts his early life and what led him to pioneer the satirical TV programmes (including A Week of It and McPhail and Gadsby ) for... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2012; US$ 11.27
Piers has got a new job. He's off to America to be the 'Nasty Brit' judging the show America's Got Talent - surely a role he was made for? And with unprecedented access to people, places and parties on both sides of the pond, he'll get the inside scoop on the world of celebrity Stateside. So what could possibly go wrong? Well, it's not all plain... more...
- Atria Books 2014; US$ 26.00
The surprising rags-to-riches-to-rags-to-riches story of how Michael Jackson grew a billion-dollar business. Michael Jackson is known by many as the greatest entertainer of all time, but he was also a revolutionary when it came to business. In addition to famously buying the Beatles? publishing catalogue, Jackson was one of the first pop stars to... more...
- McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2008; US$ 55.00
How was it that America would fund its nascent national radio services? Government control and a subscription-like model were both considered! But soon an advertising system emerged, leading radio into its golden age from the 1920s to the early 1960s. This work, divided into two parts, studies the commercialization of network radio during its golden... more...
- Open Road Media 2011; US$ 14.99
From $10,000 tweets to making money in the afterlife, a recovering gossip columnist explores the business lessons that power the Hollywood Industrial Complex Why do celebrities get paid so much more than regular people to do a job that seems to afford them the same amount of leisure time as most retirees? What do Bush-era economics have... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2014; US$ 1.99
From Zack Hample?s The Baseball, this is the definitive, always-entertaining, never-fail guide to successfully snagging baseballs at Major League games. Luck?or hard work and skill? Zack Hample has caught more than 7,600 baseballs from the stands of 51 major league stadiums. His snags include Mike Trout?s first career home run and Barry Bonds?s... more...
- Ebury Publishing 2014; US$ 11.27
Motor mouth. Loud Mouth. Tubby DJ. Overpaid ego. What is the truth? Who is Chris Moyles? And what does he have to say for himself when he's not on the radio? Who is this man they call 'The Saviour of Radio 1'? In The Gospel According to Chris Moyles, Chris dissects the world around him and tackles all sorts of subjects; from interviewing the world's... more...
- Dean Street Press 2015; US$ 1.99
Description George Sanders is frankly bored. Lionized the world over as the ultimate on-screen bounder, cad and ladies' man, he is in serious danger of becoming typecast as the particular kind of gentleman sleuth seen in his long-running film series The Saint and The Falcon. George would actually be quite happy at home, tinkering with his inventions,... more...
- Dean Street Press 2015; US$ 1.99
Four years. That's how long it took Californian playboy Michael Vickers to regain his memory and come home. Four years. That's how long Vickers spent battered, bruised and south of the border, following the attack which sought to end his life - all because he'd mistaken a mortal enemy for a friend. Or a lover. And now Vickers is looking for four years'... more...
- SAGE Publications 1996; US$ 61.00
Media effects - a key area of media studies - is traditionally provocative and often controversial. Contemporary issues such as violence on television and children's dependence on television are continually debated. Tuning In to Young Viewers provides a much needed, up-to-date overview of the key topics in television use and effects. It is designed... more...