'You'll be sorry when I'm dead.' That's what Harry said to his sister, before the incident with the lorry. And now he is just that - dead. And he wishes more than anything that he hadn't said it. He wishes he could say sorry. And say goodbye to everyone he left behind - his mum, his dad, his best friend Pete, even Jelly Donkins, the class bully. Now he's on the Other Side, waiting to move on to the Great Blue Yonder. But he doesn't know how to get there - until he meets Arthur.
No more chocolate! It's a new century and the government in power is called the "Good For You Party". They close down all the burger bars and chip shops and they even ban chocolate - a step too far for Huntley and his chum, Smudger. They devise a plan to beat the chocolate plan with amazing results.
Thirteen-year-old Bosworth Hartie didn't think his parents could inflict much more mental torture on him. However, they get it into their heads to find him a wife, to keep him on the straight and narrow! And they match him up with the spiteful Veronica Melling.
Thruppence and Tim don't know what to expect when they ring the bell at the house with dusty windows. The Ministry of Ghosts has been given three months to prove the existence of ghosts! As it seems that children are particularly magnetic to ghosts, Thruppence and Tim are added to their ghost-catching team. And although neither of them are scared by talk of ghosts or monsters, they could never have imagined what happens next....
Mr Ellis’s class couldn’t keep their hands off the grisly exhibits at the Museum of Little Horrors. Now Michael’s feet have done a disappearing act, Ashwin’s desperate to sink his oddly sharp teeth into some schoolwork (and raw steak), and their teacher keeps howling at the moon. Can this fiendish class find a way to lift the evil curse?
Relive the highs (and the lows!) from fifty years of English football as recalled by some of the game's all-time great players, managers and commentators.