Courtesy of blog denizen John Rivers and the good people of Harper Collins, TV Cream has five copies of Lord Denis Norden’s new autobiography, Clips From A Life, to give away.
It’s a fine tome, expertly showcasing the man’s anecdote-hewn approach to life. There’s a predictably detailed glossary and index at the back, and photos including a publicity poster for Looks Familiar done up to look like a musical hall handbill proclaiming ‘By Popular Demand Switched From Matinee To After News At Ten!’
To win a copy, here’s the question:
What year was the first It’ll Be Alright On The Night broadcast?
Send your answer to email@example.com – the first five correct ones will win the book.
Correspondence on this subject, as they say, is now closed. I’ll post up the names of the winners later.