The entertaining, humorous and very revealing autobiography of the actor who played Jim Bergerac in the Jersey detective series on the BBC and who then stared in Midsomer Murders on ITV. He describes how he met the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh and even - the final accolade - Lionel Blair. And what he thought whilst being bombarded with racy tabloid headlines. Dragged wide-eyed and unprotesting from the decent obscurity of the classical theatre, John Nettles became Jim Bergerac, the heart-throb hero of the glossy detective saga. He was ushered willy-nilly into the exotic world of mini-celebrity, peopled by showbiz personalities, journalists, lunatic fans with strange sexual persuasions and performers of every kind. Amused and often confused by the strange groups around him he began keeping a diary in which he recorded the often bizarre experiences that befell him. His account of life in the fast lane is hilarious and, above all, very revealing.
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