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For many people, Clive James will always be a TV presenter first and foremost, and a writer second - this despite the fact that his adventures with the written word took place before, during and after his time on the small screen.
Nevertheless, for those who remember clips of Japanese endurance gameshows and Egyptian soap operas, Clive reinventing the news or interviewing Hefner and Hepburn, Polanski and Pavarotti, Clive's Postcards from Kenya, Shanghai and Dallas, or Clive James Racing Driver, Clive's rightful place does seem to be right there - on the box, in our homes, and almost one of the family. However you think of him, though, and whatever you remember him for, The Blaze of Obscurity is perhaps Clive's most brilliant book yet. Part Clive James on TV and part Clive James on TV, it tells the inside story of his years in television, shows Clive on top form both then and now, and proves - once and for all - that Clive has a way with words... whatever the medium.
Despite having a published list as long as your arm, Clive James is still best known for his work on television. So here it is - his recollections, ruminations, observations and diatribes, all written in his inimitable, enviable style.
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 1st November 2009
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.3 x 2.4
Weight (kg): 0.442