This frank and sometimes controversial diary details one hectic year in the eye of the showbiz storm, cut with a heavy mix of the day-to-day-goings-on in Bexhill, where Harry lives at home with his mother, occasional Filipina fiancée Lay Dee and a dog who has a job at the airport. Follow Harry's attempts to become a judge on X-Factor and his efforts to meet the Welsh chanteuse Duffy at Warwick Avenue. Read of his tearful collapse at the hands of Piers Morgan, his ongoing feud with Dominic the manager of Londis and the mysterious disappearance of a tin-frog jazz band that leads Harry to Terry Wogan's subterranean lair.
Featuring stand-up from The Debonnaire Dachshund himself as he performs live on London's Premier West End Stage at the end of his 1998 sell-out tour.
This show is jam-packed with humour honed by one of the most original minds in British television.
Enjoy more comedy from the uniquely talented multi-award-winning comedian Harry Hill, performed live in 1997.
Enjoy the multi-award winning comedian Harry Hill performing his unique brand of stand-up comedy. Recorded live during his 1995 sell-out London West End run at the Queen's Theatre.
Harry Hill, the self-styled, floppy-collared clown prince of daft, is back. This performance was recorded live on his hugely successful sell-out Hooves tour. The multi-award-winning comedian returns to the stage for a show of fun, mayhem, and swing ball - complete with a new cordless mic! Expect special appearances from Stouffer (Harry's lifelong companion) as well as Gary (his son from his first marriage) and music from his TV-show band The Harrys.
What happens when an artificial-foot freedom fighter throws a British-made foot at the Chairman of the Communist Party of China? Will Dong Xiao Ping make it to Tower Records to buy the latest Status Quo album? Will Andrew Lloyd Webber complete his new musical? Will Willie Whitelaw marry his parrot? Will our hero make that engagement at the Gonk factory in Leeds? As a stand-up comedian, Harry Hill is the equal of Eddie Izzard, Rich Hall and Frank Skinner.