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Michael Parkinson

Michael Parkinson was born in 1935 in Cudworth, near Barnsley, and was educated at Barnsley Grammar School. His early journalistic experience was gained on several local newspapers in Yorkshireand then the Manchester Guardian until he became a feature writer with The Daily Express in London.

Michael’s first work in television was as a current affairs producer at Granada Television - Scene at 6.30, Afternoon Edition, World in Action - then as a reporter for BBC’s 24 Hours.

A consummate professional Michael Parkinson has shown his ability to adapt to the many situations he has been in, and long may that remain.

Michael Parkinson - Books, Videos & DVD's
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Michael Parkinson Book: "Parkinson on Football"
In this fascinating and often hilarious volume Parkinson gives his views on most aspects of the modern game. He pays tribute to some of the great names of the past such as Stanley Matthews and Bobby Moore, and offers opinions on more recent headline-makers like Paul Gascoigne and Eric Cantona. Superstars such as George Best and David Beckham are also discussed, with one of the most respected observers of both sport and celebrity bringing his unique personal insight to bear.

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Michael Parkinson Book: "Parkinson on Cricket"
For most of his professional life Michael Parkinson has been a highly regarded sports journalist. This consistently entertaining collection of his best articles reminds us that his first love is cricket and the people who excel at it. His ambition to play for England was thwarted, but not before he opened the batting with a young Dickie Bird at Barnsley. Along with hilarious memories of his cricket mad-father and a lost youth emulating his heroes in street games, Michael Parkinson has written descriptions of great players he has known and the moments or matches during which they were famous. Unsurprisingly there is an edge to what the author has to say about cricket administrators and the way the game is run.

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