Friday, 31 July 2009

Who Do You Think You Are?

Unlike the aforementioned 'Desperate Revolutionaries' there are some programmes produced by the Badgertown Broadcasting Corporation that I overwhelmingly endorse.

I particularly enjoy Who Do You Think You Are? in which a celebrity goes on a journey to trace his or her family tree.

It is no surprise that for the next series they have asked me to examine my roots - after I rang them up and offered to pay for the project. For, I am renowned as a patron of the arts.

I have no doubt that it will prove a particularly emotional episode. The moving story of my humble beginnings often bring a tear to the eye.

Already we have unearthed some interesting facts. It seems that many of my ancestors also gained great celebrity, despite the overwhelming vicissitudes of a lowly beginning in life.

It seems that my Great Grandfather taught Queen Victoria how to do the Hula-Hula dance!

More facts about my illustrious ascendants will follow.

Buy my Biographies in Great Britain here and here

Buy my Biographies in America here and here

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