Jeremy Carrad

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Come Dancing (regional heat)

Quiz West

Stop the Press

You Can't Lose


Jeremy Carrad led a varied life. Born in 1932, he grew up first in Sutton Coldfield and then in London. After enjoying his national service, he stayed on in the army for another 10 years, setting up a forces' radio network and making programmes for the troops. From 1962 to 1976 he was anchor of the BBC West news programme, Points West, before deciding he'd had enough of that and quitting to run communications courses for industry. Latterly he was a playwright and novelist.

He died of cancer in April 2009, aged 76.


He still sang in his local church choir in his seventies.


The End of the Pier Show (paperback)

Running on Empty (paperback)


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