Say ‘Eh-Oh’ to the performer behind the beloved Teletubby Laa-Laa…
When children’s TV programme Teletubbies first aired in 1997, no one expected the cult status it would achieve. Propelled by a unique blend of educational theory, child psychology and linguistics, the show went on to air in 45 languages in 120 countries, win multiple BAFTA Awards, and achieve viewing figures of three billion a year.
In a memoir as lively and funny as the programme itself, Nikky Smedley lifts the curtain on what it was like to be a Teletubby and takes us behind the magical scenes of a global phenomenon.
‘My showbiz memoir of the year. A hit!’ - Louisa Young, author
‘Funny, poignant and heart-warming.’ - Murray Lachlan-Young, poet
‘This book is the reminder I didn’t know I needed.’ - John Simmit, performer behind Dipsy
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