With the milestone that is his 50th birthday just a few years away, Chris Evans reflects on his supposed 'midlife' and the crisis that's meant to hit us all. This much-awaited follow-up to Memoirs of a Fruitcake is the third instalment in Chris's story. Now a father of three, with two under 5, has the former bad boy of the media finally grown up? And what does it mean to get older these days when you were once famed for taking the kind of jaw-dropping personal and professional risks others could only dream about? In his much-loved warm and witty style, Chris sets about finding the answers, bringing readers along with him as he continues his journey through life.
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Chris Evans began his broadcasting career at Manchester's Piccadilly Radio, going on to become a household name in TV and radio. He launched and presented the hugely successful Channel 4 shows The Big Breakfast, Don't Forget Your Toothbrush and TFI Friday, before moving to radio in 1996. Chris joined BBC Radio 2 in 2005 and soon succeeded Sir Terry Wogan as host of the Breakfast Show. Before long he had exceeded Wogan's listening figures, and the nation had begun to accept the reformed wild child back into its heart. Chris's second book, Memoirs of a Fruitcake, became a Sunday Times bestseller and was named Sunday Times Book of the Year in 2011. Encouraged by this success he now pens a hugely popular weekly column in the Daily Mail, as well as running 500 Words, a short story competition for children. Chris's wild days are now firmly behind him, and he lives with his wife Natasha and sons Noah and Eli in the Berkshire countryside.
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