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Chris Moyles Biography

I’ll admit it, I’m a Moyles fan….. Spending the 20 minutes in the car to work isn’t a chore (unless Chris is on holiday – in which case Radio 1 should ban Chris from all holidays!) when Chris is on. So I’ve just finished his autobiography.. Birthday present thank you very much

The Gospel According to Chris Moyles: The Story of a Man and His Mouth

If you like the show, you’ll love the book…. It’s random (well as random as the show), jumps about from here to there (a bit like the show) and Chris holds nothing back when talking about his previous guests, I’m guessing if Robbie Williams or
Nicola from Girls Aloud ever speak to him again it will be a miracle!!!!

An excellent read and one I certainly couldn’t put down!!!

So, what’s next? Peter Kay I reckon:

The Sound of Laughter

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