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The Idler Book of Crap Towns II: The Nation Decides

the New Top 50 Worst Places to Live in the UK

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Published by Macmillan U.K. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Humour,
  • Places & peoples: general interest,
  • Satire And Humor,
  • Urban Sociology,
  • Humor,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • General,
  • ENGLISH WIT AND HUMOR,
  • Humor / General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsSam Jordison (Editor), Dan Kieran (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages146
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7981371M
    ISBN 100752225456
    ISBN 109780752225456

    Middlesbrough's business and civic leaders have slammed a book which slurs the town as one of the worst in the country. The authors of 'Crap Towns II' have compiled, supposedly, the 50 worst places in the country to live. Middlesbrough is declared the tenth worst, with Luton topping the league. The results will be published in October in Crap Towns II: The Nation Decides. The first book was a surprise hit last year when Hull won, and the second book publishes readers' suggestions. Windsor is popular for its castle, which is an official residence of the Queen, Legoland and Eton.

    Now, I learn, there is to be another Crap Towns book. Four of the places I visited are on the longlist for the new edition (Bradford, Luton, Newquay and Sheffield). So too is the one in which I was born (Stockton-on-Tees) and the one in which I grew up (well, older), York (a city, but who’s splitting hairs when you’ve got toilet reading to.   Ten years after it first lifted the lid on Britain's best Crap Towns, Crap Towns Returns showcases the latest planning disasters, urban blights and posh blighters that have disfigured our nation.

      Then there is the "Crap" series of books (their words, not mine) which started with Crap Towns: The 50 Worst Places To Live in the UK, followed by Crap Towns II: The Nation Decides, then Crap Jobs and Crap Cars. the second highest number in 30 years, and book sales continue to rise at a time when nearly everyone over 15 can read and write.   The list was voted for by 20, people in a new book called Crap Towns II, The Nation Decides. Advertisement Share this article via facebook Share this article via twitter Share this article via.


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[Sam Jordison; Dan Kieran;]. At least you can look at the book as valid reasons NOT to visit or come and live here. 'Crap Towns II: The Nation Decides' is the brainchild of the people behind the thoroughly respectable and excellent web-site The Idler - a satirical, 'devil-may-care' place where the disenchanted and alienated go to offload their issues and discuss things of merit and substance.

Inspired by the success of the contentious survey, published in The Idler and in book form in Boxtree’s smash hit Crap Towns, residents of the original 50 towns, along with plenty of new towns will have their say in Crap Towns II: To Hull and Back on why Britain isn’t just the place of warm beer, cosy bed and breakfasts and amiable old gits that some travel books would have us believe.

This brand new list of. Inspired by the success of the contentious survey, published in the Idler and in book form in Boxtree's smash hit Crap Towns, residents of the original 50 towns, along with plenty of new towns will have their say in Crap Towns II: To Hull and Back on why Britain isn't just the place of warm beer, cosy bed and breakfasts and amiable old gits that some travel books would have us s:   The results have been turned into a book - Crap Towns II, The Nation Decides - to be published next month.

The book, which lists "the new top. The Idler Book of Crap Towns II: The Nation Decides: The New Top 50 Worst Places to Live in the UK avg rating — 29 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5(48).

There is now a remedy - The books "Crap Towns" and "Crap Towns II: The Nation Decides" are mostly areas of grey, with despair, boredom, and poor council planning leading the way. Readers of the UK "Idler" magazine submitted letters filled with memories, testimonial, fear, dismay, sadness, bemusement, hope for the distant future.

Their inclusion is based on the nominations by hundreds of members of the public for inclusion in a new book, Crap Towns The Nation Decides, due to be published later this book.

Crap Towns: The 50 Worst Places to Live in the UK, Crap Towns II: The Nation Decides, and Crap Towns Returns: Back by Unpopular Demand, are a series of books edited by Sam Jordison and Dan Kieran, in association with UK quarterly The Idler; in which towns in the United Kingdom were nominated by visitors to The Idler website for their "crapness", with the results being published in The Idler and in.

Crap Towns is a hilarious guide to the 50 worst towns in Britain. From inner city poverty to self-satisfied middle England, from the dull and the lifeless to the ugly and the depressing, no concrete monstrosity or phoney heritage centre will be left s: [Sam Jordison ] - crap towns ii: the nation decides - Купете сега онлайн, на чудесна цена от Elephant Bookstore.

The results will be published in Crap Towns II - The Nation Decides, to come out next month. Surprisingly, affluent Windsor takes second place, criticised by one voter for alleged snobbery. Crap Towns II is published by The Idler, a small magazine dedicated to the pursuit of leisure.

The first edition of the book was a surprise hit when it appeared last year, sellingcopies. The latter trio were, as visitors may feel, fairly obvious candidates for inclusion in last year’s book Crap Towns. The former, though, will be dismayed that they are to be berated in Crap Towns.

“Crap Towns” is a humorous guide to the 50 worst towns in Britain. From inner city poverty to self-satisfied middle England, from the dull and the lifeless to the ugly and the depressing, no concrete monstrosity or phoney heritage centre will be left untouched. This. A few weeks back I went into the lovely second-hand bookshop at the Camden Market to look for interesting books at affordable prices.

£4 later I was the proud owner of Crap Towns II – the Nation decides, a humorous collection of the 50 worst places to live in the UK. As the title suggests the book, published inis a follow-up to Crap Towns (), in which the initial list of crappy.

Thu 6 Jan EST EST Before it finally had to disappear under its skin of festive wrapping paper and gift tag, I was enjoying a volume called The Idler Book of. Godalming, unlike Winchester and Slough, doesn’t feature in The Idler Book of Crap Towns: The 50 Worst Places to Live in the UK (Boxtree, £10).

The Idler is a magazine founded on the ‘conviction that laziness has been unjustly criticised by modern society, and that it deserves to have its good conscience returned to it and defended as an.

The results are to be published next month in Crap Towns II - The Nation Decides. But civic leaders from last year's winning city, Hull, have called the accolade a "fantastic opportunity". Far from wilting under the shame of the title the Humberside city is said to have thrived.