Readers of Tim Worthington’s blog will know that whenever he’s supposed to be working on something, he starts writing about Camberwick Green instead. And The Monkees, and Hardwicke House, and, well, pretty much anything other than the task at hand. As a consequence, many popular and acclaimed articles have been published, and the best of them are now in this book, with several previously unseen pieces and even a couple of extras.
There’s the story of what Jimi Hendrix was really watching when he wrote The Wind Cries Mary, a fresh look at the disastrous ITV sitcom Days Like These, and lots more besides. The overwhelming majority of it involving Camberwick Green in some capacity. “Every single one of these articles is a productive unproductive waste of time or something… erm… can’t I go back to talking about Rubik’s Magic again?”, says writer Tim Worthington.
Tim of course is well qualified to say this, having written material for a host of television and radio programmes on a vast variety of subjects – documentary and… documentary.
Let Tim Worthington be a timewasting guide to you. Welcome to The Camberwick Green Procrastination Society!
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