The witty, incisive and frank memoir of the best-selling author of The Victorians, Jeremy Paxman, whose career at the BBC included 25 years as the uncompromising presenter of Newsnight.
Covering insights on politicians of every stamp over the last half century, reporting from war zones, the state of the BBC, the role of journalism in our political system and much more, Jeremy Paxman's long-awaited and candid memoir is packed with opinions and good humour on every page.
Praise for Jeremy Paxman: "Intelligent, well-written, informative and funny.... A book to chew on, dip into, quote from and exploit in arguments." (Andrew Marr,
"He writes with wit and penetration, and every page of Empire can be read with relaxed pleasure." ( Spectator)
"Paxman is witty, incisive, acerbic and opinionated.... In short, he carries the whole thing off with panache bordering on effrontery." ( Sunday Times)
"A very engaging account...with a good sprinkling of jokes, funny nicknames and sexual references. Paxman makes some very sharp points and writes well." ( Guardian)
"Bursting with good things." ( Daily Telegraph)
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Paxman on Paxman, what's not to love?
Like the BBC: informative, educational and entertaining
- Zoe Dawes