Me And The Starman is a new anthology featuring David Bowie fans talking about their relationship with the man and his music (and films, and pretty much everything else really). It features contributions from many familiar names including James Gent, Martin Ruddock and Nicholas Pegg, author of The Complete David Bowie, as well as an expanded version of my feature on David Bowie’s long-lost early television appearances, looking at how these two areas of interest collided when I was idly browsing through a book in our local library one day.
You can get Me And The Starman from Amazon here – all proceeds from the book go to Cancer Research UK so please do buy a copy. Even if only to see how I manage to tie Holy Holy in with the Doctor Who story The Massacre…
You can hear me talking to James Gent about David Bowie’s forgotten single When The Wind Blows in an edition of Looks Unfamiliar here. There’s also another piece about my – often less than serious – personal takes on David Bowie’s work here.
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