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Hello Everyone,

Just a quick update on what I’ve been up to lately:

I’m sure you all know that this Tuesday (31st August 2010) is the last ever episode of The Bill. I will be on BBC Breakfast News on Tuesday morning to discuss it. I will also be on various local BBC radio stations during the morning.

My autobiography, On The Beat, is being released in paperback on 31st August 2010. It features a new chapter focusing on my life during the past year and is available through Splendid Books, Waterstones and WHSmith.


5 comments to

  • Hannah Lavell

    Hello Graham

    I got your autobiography two weeks ago, in hardback. I have to say I’m not the fastest of readers, however that’s a good thing because I look forward to reading it every day. It’s one of the best autobiographies I’ve ever read, in my 19 years of life. I can relate to you in your persistence to get your dog Scamp. It took me three years to get my Jack Russell Toby, my persistence paid off too. He is now seven years old. I loved your character in The Bill, soft and sweet, but above all he fought what he believed in. I am hoping to get sky so I can watch old episode of the Bill, because I have loved it since I was little and will miss the otherwise.

    I would love your autograph.
    Best Wishes XX

  • andy walter

    Got Grahams autobiography last year in Sutton when i walked past the shop and book signing. ‘From a fake copper to a real one’ he wrote, and what a thoroughly lovely bloke he is. Photo taken, nice chat – I was buzzing at work the next day.

    Read the book easily. Its very interesting and full of great stories and experiences. You don’t reralise how much stuff Graham has done, and who he has worked with over the years.As I write i’m watching an old ‘police stop’ programme on TV with…GC! Do get this book and read it.


  • Baillie-Calum MacKenzie-Ellis

    Hi Graham remember me from Tasmania well this time i’m in Canada. I haven’t been watching The Bill since you left so that’s pretty funny. I’m now going into grade six so that’s a big thing to me. My priorities are still to save the world and help kids in need. How are you? I went to London last year and it was fun, hopefully you can come to Saskatchewan now that would be cool. Well it was nice talking to you hope we can keep in touch bye :) from your mate Baillie

  • Margaret Maher

    G’Day from Oz, where can I get Graham’s book here? And when is he coming to publicize it? LOL

  • admin

    Hi Margaret,
    You can order the book through here: I’m not sure where you can buy it in a shop in Australia.

    Graham did a promotional tour last year, I think. If he’s heading back, you’ll read about it here. :)

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