Phil Norman is a sort-of semi-pro writer with several books to his name, in particular:

Television: A History in 100 Programmes (HarperCollins)

The evolution of the twentieth century's most important, yet least valued, entertainment medium told via a hundred great, good, bad and plain bizarre programmes from around the world.

"Norman writes with epigrammatic wit." - Andrew Billen, The Times.





The Great British Tuck Shop (HarperCollins)

with Steve Berry

Remember Spangles? Fully illustrated compendium of British sweets, snacks and soft drinks.

"A magisterial work of social history." - Rachel Cooke, Observer Food Monthly.

"A must-buy for sweet-eaters everywhere."  - Sunday Times.

"A book which is all kinds of amazing." - Alexis Petridis.

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