AHEAD of Prince Philip's 94th birthday this week, author Nigel Cawthorne has
gathered the Prince's more memorable quotations together in the book I Know I
am Rude But I Like It. Nigel argues the Prince's more outrageous remarks are
Wherever Scots gather they tell jokes and stories. And the very best of these much-loved tales find their way to the daily Diary column of The Herald. It's the home of humour from the chip shop queues of late-night Glasgow to the bon mots of High Court judges and the humour of the classroom. From Judge Lawless and Giro’s Passage to dinner at the Po Kee Restaurant via The Tanning Shop on Fade Street, The Herald Diary has it all. And for cash-strapped times, there’s even a new definition of liquidity – you look at the value of your investments and wet yourself. In this brand new collection, Ken Smith gathers the funniest tales from the Diary and proves once again that Scots are still the natural comedians of the world.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-11-02 - Publisher: Simon and Schuster
With interest in the royal couple at a new peak thanks to the hit TV series The Crown, Ingrid Seward reveals the real story of the marriage of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip. When a young Princess Elizabeth met and fell in love with the dashing Naval Lieutenant Prince Philip
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-08-13 - Publisher: Pan Macmillan
It's hard being that woman, the one whose husband disappeared. It's made me quite famous. I just wish it was for something else. He went out five years ago for a pint of milk and never came back. So here I am with a daughter who blames me for all