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Ian Thorpe

Ian Thorpe has long been known for his incredible swimming achievements. Less well-known is that he loves to cook. But Ian has learnt through years of competition that he can’t just eat anything and achieve the elite level success that he has become known for. Healthy eating is something that he has always had to keep in mind to perform at his peak. Whether he swims competitively or takes a break he has been able to apply all that he has learned to his diet and health. A lifetime love of cooking teamed with a refusal to give up the flavours of his favourite meals led Ian to develop a plan that allowed him to eat the delicious foods he loves and to maintain a healthy, lean, strong body. In this, Ian Thorpe’s first cookbook, he shares the recipes that keep him trim and healthy, as well as his philosophy on diet gathered from experts on nutrition and diet over all of his years of elite sporting success. Ian Thorpe has devised his own succesful formula for a healthy diet, it is balanced and achievable and has kept him looking great and feeling great.
Category: Food and Wine. ISBN: 9781740669788

Ian Botham

Ian Botham arrived on the international scene just in time to ride sport's first big financial wave and exploit the Thatcherite mantra of go-out-and-get-what-you-want. He certainly needed the cash, having been regularly short since leaving state school in Yeovil at 15. In an era short on glamour and personalities, Botham brought an irresistible cocktail of talent, energy and swagger. With the stench of economic failure still in the air, he made the country feel good about itself again. He showed that Britain could still produce champions and that the working class still deserved to be valued. For this he won himself a fund of public goodwill, a fund he sometimes threatened to drain but uncannily managed to replenish. Before Botham, many saw cricket as a very staid, very boring game. He played it with an irreverent dash that stuck up two fingers at the cricket Establishment. He wore striped blazers and strange hats, sported long hair and droopy moustaches. He got into trouble over punch-ups, drugs and girls. He was even banned from playing at one point. But all this would have meant little had he not been able to keep on achieving remarkable things - as he did with impeccable timing and implausible frequency. He had an insatiable appetite, and an uncanny knack, for creating tales of heroism, but if he failed on that score there was always the chance of a scandal or two. He gave the media everything they needed for front pages and back, and some newspapers discovered that it didn't necessarily matter if the story was true or not, as long as he was in it. Ian Botham tells the story a great piece of British sporting history, one of the greatest: of a man for whom the glamour and the grit came together. And it was the grit of the times in which Botham had grown up, and the grit of the where he had come from.
Category: Biography & Autobiography. ISBN: 9781847397980

Ian Nairn

Ian Nairn taught a generation to look, and another to write. Nairn as he was usually referred to lit up the pages of the architectural press, broadsheets and TV screens with his incandescent reports on the uglification of Britain. He warned of the spread of anonymous, soulless development he called Subtopia. Though he died in obscurity, many writers kept his views alive. These include Jonathan Glancey, Owen Hatherley, Veronica Horwell, Jonathan Meades, Andrew Saint, Gavin Stamp, Deyan Sudjic and David Thomson, all of whom contribute essays to this volume. There is a Nairn revival which will, in early 2014, include a TV film on Nairn. Many of Nairn's own TV programmes can be watched online.
Category: Political Science. ISBN: 9781907869877

Ian Gawler

The inspiring life story of cancer survivor and renowned mind-body pioneer, Ian Gawler.
Category: Biography & Autobiography. ISBN: 9781741756081

Ian Watt

Both an intellectual biography and an intellectual history of the mid-century, this book reconstructs Ian Watt's wartime world and shows how our ideas about the social, moral, and psychological work that the novel accomplishes can be traced to the crises of the Second World War and its aftermath.
Category: Fiction. ISBN:

Ian Watt

Both an intellectual biography and an intellectual history of the mid-century, this book reconstructs Ian Watt's wartime world and shows how our ideas about the social, moral, and psychological work that the novel accomplishes can be traced to the crises of the Second World War and its aftermath.
Category: Fiction. ISBN:

Ian Fleming

We all know who James Bond is, but how many of us know much about his creator, Ian Fleming, a master of espionage and thrillers? In this full-length biography, author Andrew Lycett tells the story of Ian Fleming's life proving that it was just as dramatic as that of his fictional creation. Educated at Eaton and Sandhurst, he joined Naval Intelligence in 1939 participating in both Operation Mincemeat and Operation Golden Eye. After the war, he became a journalist and, in 1953, wrote Casino Royale thereby introducing the world to an English spy named James Bond. Set in London, Switzerland and Fleming's Jamaican estate Goldeneye, his life was peopled with luminaries like Noel Coward, Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Bond film producer "Cubby" Broccoli and others. With direct access to Fleming's family and friends, Lycett goes behind the complicated faade of this enigmatic and remarkable man. Ian Fleming by Andrew Lycett is biography at its besta glittering portrait of the brilliant and enigmatic man who created Agent 007.
Category: Biography & Autobiography. ISBN: 9781250037985

Ian Donald

This book is a biography of the physician who revolutionised diagnostic ultrasound in obstetric practice.
Category: Medicine. ISBN: 9781904752004

Ian Brady

Since May 1966 when Ian Brady and Myra Hindley were sentenced to life imprisonment at Chester Assizes the British public has been absorbed and horrified by the Moors Murders. Ian Brady has often been aptly described as the most evil man alive' or the Daddy of the Devils', while Myra Hindley, Britain's first female serial killer, became the most hated woman in Britain.Here is the definitive account, drawing on exclusive, never-before-seen material. It changes forever our understanding of the Moors couple and their heinous crimes. Why did they do it? What actually happened? Unlikely as it may appear to those detectives, psychiatrists, authors, criminologists, journalists and the victims' families, who have all sought in their own ways for decades to discover it, this book is possibly as near as we shall ever get to understanding how the victims died. It proves beyond question that the parents of the victims were right all along in their claims about Hindley's part in the murders. Did Brady give an account to anyone of his life, Myra Hindley and their crimes before he died? Yes, he did - here it is.
Category: Biography & Autobiography. ISBN: 9781907554964

Ian Frazer

An unforgettable story of perseverance and aspiration, this biography of Dr. Ian Frazer, the man whose vaccine for cervical cancer has helped save the lives of more than 275,000 women around the world each year, peels back the many layers of his extraordinary life. Given exclusive access to Frazer, biographer and journalist Madonna King tells of his ongoing struggle for funding cancer research, the herculean international legal battle waged to win the patent, the devastating loss of his friend and co researcher, Dr. Jian Zhou, and Frazer's ongoing commitment to have the vaccine made available in the developing world. This chronicle provides fascinating insight into the life of the Scottish-born Australian of the Year who is behind one of the great medical discoveries of the century.
Category: Biography & Autobiography. ISBN: 9780702249570
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