Boy in a China Shop - Life, Clay and Everything (lydbok) av Keith Brymer Jones
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Keith Brymer Jones (forfatter), Keith Brymer Jones (oppleser)

Boy in a China Shop lydbok

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The star presenter and judge of Channel 4's The Great Pottery Throw Down looks back on his life and career - and the passion for ceramics that started it all. Keith Brymer Jones is the star presenter and judge of Channel 4's The Great Pottery Throw Down famous for his emotional responses to the heartfelt and personal pieces made by contestants on the show. He is also the ultimate professional craftsman who's done the hard yards to get where he is today, working his way up from being a skivvy i…
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Undertittel Life, Clay and Everything
Forfattere Keith Brymer Jones (forfatter), Keith Brymer Jones (oppleser)
Utgitt 3 februar 2022
Lengde 7:43
Sjanger Biografier, Dokumentar og fakta
Språk English
Format mp3
DRM-beskyttelse App-only
ISBN 9781529385243
The star presenter and judge of Channel 4's The Great Pottery Throw Down looks back on his life and career - and the passion for ceramics that started it all. Keith Brymer Jones is the star presenter and judge of Channel 4's The Great Pottery Throw Down famous for his emotional responses to the heartfelt and personal pieces made by contestants on the show. He is also the ultimate professional craftsman who's done the hard yards to get where he is today, working his way up from being a skivvy in an industrial pottery to running his own hugely successful international ceramics business. Here, in his first ever memoir, Keith tells the story of his life and inspiring rise to success through the objects and images that have been meaningful to him every step of the way, as he recounts key moments and events as well as the people and places that have shaped him. From his childhood and early devotion to dance to discovering clay at the age of eleven, to his tough apprenticeship at Harefield Pottery and struggles to establish his own business, this memoir goes beyond the TV show to offer us a rare insight into Keith's own philosophy and outlook on life. (P)2022 Hodder & Stoughton Limited