Grandparents. - what would we do without them? They come in all shapes and sizes but with their wise words and kind ways they can be a source of inspiration and encouragement like no other.
Here Britain's national treasures share their personal anecdotes about grandparents. Some recollect fond childhood memories of their Granny or Granddad, while others share with us their own experiences of what it is like to be a grandparent.
Both hugely entertaining and heart warming, this wonderful celebration is the perfect gift for a much-loved grandparent.
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Introduction by Sarah Brown
Joan Bakewell 7 Trevor Beattie
Christopher Brookmyre 20 Fiona Bruce
Stephanie Calman 38 Jimmy Carr
Georgina Chapman 45 Andrew Collins
Jane FearnleyWhittingstall 86 Sir Alex Ferguson
Emma Freud 94 Michael Fuller
Katherine Grainger 100 Paul Greengrass
Virginia Ironside 117 Lisa Jewell
Richard McCann 167 Heather McGregor
Baroness Julia Neuberger 196 Phil Neville
Sir Stuart Rose 230 Michael Simkins
Alan Titchmarsh 252 Marina Warner
A short story by Alexander McCall Smith
Baroness Greengross 107 Lady Edna Healey