Going Out Live, Or, Are They The Same At Home?: A Novel

Going Out Live Or Are They The Same At Home A Novel Mark Lawson s second novel is narrated by Richard Fleming host of Fleming Faces a popular TV talk show Intercut with Fleming s story are interviews from the present day with his friends and colleague

  • Title: Going Out Live, Or, Are They The Same At Home?: A Novel
  • Author: Mark Lawson
  • ISBN: 9780330488600
  • Page: 389
  • Format: None
  • Mark Lawson s second novel is narrated by Richard Fleming, host of Fleming Faces a popular TV talk show Intercut with Fleming s story are interviews from the present day with his friends and colleagues, who are taking part in a documentary about some terrible event which took place on his television show and ended his career.

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    About "Mark Lawson"

    1. Mark Lawson

      Mark Gerard Lawson is an English journalist and author Specialising in culture and the arts, he is known for his column in The Guardian, and for presenting the flagship BBC Radio 4 arts programme Front Row 1998 2014 , and BBC Four s Mark Lawson talks to series.

    712 thoughts on “Going Out Live, Or, Are They The Same At Home?: A Novel”


    1. Although written nearly fifteen years ago, Mark Lawson’s novel about the perils and insecurities of life as a television and radio presenter retains a vivid currency. Richard Fleming presents a weekday radio talk show during the prestigious ‘drive time’ slot, as well as a weekly arts-based television chat show. Drawing from his own experience in both media Lawson gives a hilarious insight into the tribulations of the presenter, required to cope with guests who are either overly garrulous o [...]


    2. Not a bad novel about modern TV and the price of fame for a popular chat show host. An easy read over christmas break but nothing to wholeheartedly recommend it other than a break from too much serious reads recently.


    3. 5/10. Positive quotes from the Daily Mail and Tony Parsons on the cover should have warned me. Not much to recommend this book.


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