Annie Nightingale, alongside John Peel, was essential listening when we were growing up. She was BBC Radio 1's first female presenter when she started airing in 1970, and is now, five decades later, their longest-serving broadcaster.
This excellent autobiography from White Rabbit tells the story of her early days at Radio One, and covers the rupture of punk, the arrival of acid house and the Second Summer of Love in the late 80s.
Inside you'll read about her encounters with Bob Marley, Marc Bolan, The Beatles and find interviews with Little Simz and Billie Eilish. Annie Nightingale has played an important role in the British musical and cultural landscape and this candid and warm-hearted book is long overdue.
Size: 128 x 196mm
Publisher: White Rabbit