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A History of Television in 100 Programmes

by Phil Norman The Friday Project (September 24, 2015)

An entertaining and illuminating celebration of televisual history by cultural historian Phil Norman

For decades, television occupied a unique position in the national imagination. By today’s standards the...


A History of Sweets in 50 Wrappers

by Steve Berry & Phil Norman The Friday Project (October 23, 2014)

A super-sweet guide to all your favourite sweets from years gone by.

A History of Sweets in 50 Wrappers is a colourful and comical history of sweets and chocolates.

If you ever dreamt of being the Milkybar Kid,...


A Brief History of Crisps

by Steve Berry & Phil Norman The Friday Project (July 17, 2014)

A tasty trip down memory lane, perfect for crisp fanatics.

A colourful, witty and irreverent encyclopedia of all the crisps of your youth.

The authors have been given access to the archives, factories and warehouses...


A Brief History of Chocolate

by Steve Berry & Phil Norman The Friday Project (April 10, 2014)

An illustrated guide to chocolate that every self-respecting chocoholic should read.

Do you remember when a Snickers was a Marathon? And when you could burst in to a sweet shop and ask for ‘an Oliver Twist,...


It’s Christmas!: Whatever Happened to the Christmas Single?

by James King The Friday Project (December 03, 2012)

Updated for Christmas 2013!

James King is tired of ‘Step Into Christmas’. He’s tired of ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’. He’s tired – if it’s possible – of ‘Fairytale of New York’. It’s...