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His most famed character from the Comedy Store era - the aforementioned be-hatted abrasive cockney mod later used for his 1984 hit ‘Ullo John, Gotta New Motor? The sheer ferocity of his delivery in a world more used to aged working men’s club comedians was enough to ensure many of his audiences were too intimidated to even try and heckle.Meanwhile the strangely likeable, tragically washed up comic Bobby Chariots (“How yer diddlin’?

His most famed character from the Comedy Store era - the aforementioned be-hatted abrasive cockney mod later used for his 1984 hit ‘Ullo John, Gotta New Motor? The sheer ferocity of his delivery in a world more used to aged working men’s club comedians was enough to ensure many of his audiences were too intimidated to even try and heckle.Meanwhile the strangely likeable, tragically washed up comic Bobby Chariots (“How yer diddlin’?

Endlessly fascinating if you’re interested in politics, like me.

The Good Soldierby Ford Madox Ford Penguin, £8.99A very strange book set on the eve of the First World War, which is about two seemingly perfect couples. Time Out Guide TO EATING OUT IN LONDON (1987)This might sound strange but I like to read about restaurants that have gone out of business since those far-off days.

Despite its age its themes are topical and just as likely to strike a chord with people today as in the past.

Alexei grew up in Liverpool, the son of ardent and eccentric communists.

An amazing series of books about war, it’s autobiographical in part and very funny in places.

It’s as good as Brideshead Revisited, if not better.Given all the shit that’s happened, the redevelopment of Liverpool (in more recent times) has been very effective, it’s reinvented itself as a kind of tourist town and that’s been done very well.” As for recent developments including a certain collection of shops around South John Street, Alexei is reflective.“Liverpool One, for a shopping mall is very attractive, I’m sure it will have a deleterious effect on the rest of the city centre, but you can kinda see it’s been well done, that and all the nightlife-y stuff.” Although based primarily in London, Alexei’s fondness for his birthplace has seemingly grown over recent years.In the post-war era the advent of tower blocks and town planners saw the city undergo massive changes.“I’m very bitter about the post-war redevelopment of Liverpool” Alexei states, “I mean coming in through Lodge Lane now, there’s all that shit and palaver [the abandoned post-war housing].An Awfully Big Adventureby Beryl Bainbridge Little, Brown, £8.99I’m a big fan of Beryl Bainbridge, a Liverpudlian like myself.This is a brilliant novel in its own right, which is set in a Liverpool theatre company but it’s also a brilliant evocation of Liverpool in the Fifties, a vanished Liverpool.A wonderful novel that was adapted for the big screen.Bartleby the Scrivener: A Story of Wall Streetby Herman Melville Out of print A novella this is both my favourite short story and piece of Melville writing. It’s about how far you can persevere with somebody, the limits of human kindness.He was working in an experimental drama group when he auditioned for a new comedy club in London's Soho.The club became The Comedy Store - it introduced a new generation of comedians to the world, and changed the face of British comedy.

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