God Bless Mrs McGinty - Bill Anderson
Entertaining, lively, informative and direct, this memoir by Bill Anderson about his life and times as the editor of one of the UK’s most successful Sunday newspapers chronicles a special view of Scotland, and of The Sunday Post itself.
It is a fascinating account of childhood in working-class. Scotland in the 1930s and 40s, of the wee boy who would grow up to edit the best-read newspaper in the world, The Sunday Post. It tells of Bill’s broad experience from his working-class roots, later aboard the MV Marilyn Abbott, his medical training at Glasgow University, a spell working at Hartwood Hospital, through his army days, to his career in journalism.
This autobiography gives an insight into the world of journalism from the man whose drive, passion and tenacity led The Sunday Post to be entered in The Guinness Book Of Records as the world’s best-read newspaper.
UEB - 5 Volumes