Homework Sucks!: A Drivetime Book of Really Useful Information

Homework Sucks!: A Drivetime Book of Really Useful Information

by Simon Mayo

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Overview

Can a crocodile spit? What does the Queen have for dinner? How do you measure a rainbow? Why is q always followed by u?

Originally open for children to phone in with their homework issues, these days the ‘Homework Sucks’ segment of Simon Mayo’s award-winning Drivetime show invites listeners of all ages to send in questions they've always wanted to ask. Because the chances are a member of the very clever Radio 2 audience will have an answer. So now all you need to do is learn the contents of this book by heart. We apologize if, in the process, you become:

a) smarter b) more interesting c) better at pub quizzes d) all of the above

Got a question? Got a better answer? Join in! #homeworksucks

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781446497067
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Limited
Publication date: 10/11/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 240
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Simon Mayo is one of Britain's best-loved and well-known radio presenters. He has worked on BBC radio since 1981 and is now the presenter of 'Drivetime' on BBC Radio 2, which features the regular 'Book Club' show. He is also the co-presenter of "Kermode and Mayo's Film Review" on BBC Radio 5 Live. In 2008, Mayo was recognized as the "radio broadcaster of the year" at the 34th annual Broadcasting Press Guild Awards and the "Speech Broadcaster of the Year" at the Sony Radio Academy Awards. To find out more about Simon and his ITCH books go to www.itch-books.co.uk

Simon Mayo is a writer and broadcaster. He is the presenter of the podcast Simon Mayo’s Books of the Year, a daily host on Scala Radio and co-presenter of Kermode and Mayo’s Film Review for the BBC. His previous books include Mad Blood Stirring, Blame and the Itch trilogy, filmed for TV by ABC.

Knife Edge is his debut contemporary thriller.

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