Richard & Judy reveal Christmas list
01.01.70 | Philip Jones
Cactus TV has revealed the first 20 books selected for this year's Richard & Judy Christmas Presents book strand, which will begin its five-week run on 19th November on their UKTV Watch show "Richard & Judy's New Position".
Serious non-fiction is a new category for this year with the children's picture-book category as an alternative to last year's one-off "Richard & Judy's Best Kids' Books Ever" programme.
The books featuring in the sixth category, "Celebrity Autobiography", have yet to be announced. Each week the chosen book will be reviewed, and the celebrity will join Richard and Judy in the studio to help review the week's category.
The order of categories is yet to be confirmed.
The titles are:
Coffee table books:
The Half by Simon Annand (Faber)
The Book of Islands by Philip Dodd/Ben Donald (Palazzo)
Wisdom by Andrew Zuckerman (Abrams)
UltraLuxe Hotels (Wiley)
Cooking for Friends by Gordon Ramsay (HarperCollins)
Bake by Rachel Allen (Collins)
Ripailles by Stephane Reynaud (Murdoch)
Venezia by Tessa Kiros (Murdoch)
Dr Who: The Writer's Tale by Russell T Davies/Benjamin Cook (BBC Books)
Mckie's Gazetteer: A Local History of Britain by David McKie (Atlantic)
Homework for Grown-ups by E Foley/B Coates (Square Peg/Random House)
What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami (Harvill/Random House)
Ladybird Pack For Boys (Ladybird/Penguin)
Harry Hill's Whopping Great Joke Book (Faber)
The Mighty Book of Boosh (Canongate)
Love Letters of Great Men (Macmillan)
Pink! by Lynne Rickards (Chicken House)
This Dinosaur is So Big by Nick Sharratt (Ladybird)
Spells by Emily Gravett (Macmillan)
Dogfish by Gillian Shields (Simon & Schuster)