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Clive Anderson



Clive Anderson was born in Middlesex in 1952. After studying law at Cambridge University, where he was also President of the Footlights revue group, he practised as a barrister in London for about fifteen years. During this time he wrote scripts for the likes of Frankie Howerd, Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith, and performed as a stand-up comedian. This led to presenting radio and television programmes, in particular Whose Line Is It Anyway? on BBC Radio 4 and then on Channel 4 TV. He has also hosted chat shows for radio and television. He lives in Highbury, north London, with his wife and three children.
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Orion Children's Books

Sir Gadabout Gets Worse

Martyn Beardsley, Martyn Beardsley, Tony Ross
Contributors:
Martyn Beardsley, Martyn Beardsley, Tony Ross

Meet Sir Gadabout - the Worst Knight in the World . . . When Excalibur is stolen, Sir Gads sets off with his trusty band of followers to find the evil Sir Rudyard the Rancid. They must face the worst if they are to return the mighty sword to its rightful home.Read by Clive Anderson(P)2004 Orion Publishing Group.Ltd

Orion Children's Books

Sir Gadabout

Martyn Beardsley, Martyn Beardsley, Tony Ross
Contributors:
Martyn Beardsley, Martyn Beardsley, Tony Ross