The Authorised Photographic Memoir
This photo book offers a retrospective of Cliff's life from childhood to the present, through an extensive collection of monochrome and colour photographs, accompanied by captions and text that sets the scene every step of the way. This is Cliff. His Story, in pictures.
My Life, My Way
by Cliff Richard with Penny Junor
The paperback version of My Life, My Way includes an additional chapter in which Cliff reflects on his 50th anniversary celebrations.
A personal account of Cliff's remarkable life and career. It isn't the usual rock star's tale of drugs, sex and degradation. It's a fascinating story of a man who has broken all the rules, and a unique insight into one of the most iconic figures of our time.
My Life, My Way - Audio-book
by Cliff Richard with Penny Junor
The audio-book of My Life, My Way is read by Cliff himself on this 2-CD package. Relax and listen to this much-loved entertainer talking freely and frankly about his life.
50 Favourite Bible Stories
Selected and Narrated by Cliff Richard
Written by Brian Sibley, Illustrated by Stephen Waterhouse
The great stories of the Bible have been treasured for generations. They are astonishing and inspiring tales of people at their best and at their worst. Most of all, they tell the love of God.
Cliff Richard has long been publicly recognized for his Christian faith and throughout his illustrious career the words of the Bible have remained his guidance and inspiration. Specially commissioned by the Cliff Richard Organization as part of Cliff's 50th anniversary celebrations, this colourful book and CD package is a lively presentation of the stories at the heart of his faith.
The 50 stories, selected and narrated by Cliff, have been retold for children by acclaimed writer and dramatist, Brian Sibley, and feature vibrant illustrations from up-and-coming young illustrator, Stephen Waterhouse. Whether listening or reading, Cliff hopes that 50 Favourite Bible Stories will 'help to open the pages of what for many is a closed book' ï¿½ both children and grown-ups alike!
Cliff Richard: A Celebration by Cliff Richard
We all think we know Cliff Richard, that safest of British institutions. So one of the joys of this glossy Celebration of Cliff's remarkable 40-year success is the chance to return to those moody rocker days when the Daily Mirror asked, in all seriousness: "Is the boy too sexy for television?" Aided by Kate Shaw, Cliff talks us through his career highs ("Summer Holiday", "Devil Woman") and lows (two Eurovision Song Contests, a mundane BBC series with Una Stubbs) and the not-so-familiar moments--who now remembers Cliff and the Shadows in panto at Stockton, or his legitimate theatre debut in Peter Shaffer's Five Finger Exercise? But this celebration is more than a roll-call of awards and gold albums. Following his father's death in 1961, Cliff found Christ, and his account of his subsequent career is firmly bound up with his spiritual journey. En route, he puts the record straight on the perennially vexed question of his sexuality, a public teaser for the last 30 years. Not that it matters. While Cliff's public credibility may dip and soar like the Pepsi Max, his grassroots audience remains wondrously faithful. This well-documented book will appeal to them, but it's also an intriguing insight into the mind of one of Britain's most enduring stars.