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When social distancing is over, can people still keep their distance? I only do the things I like now, rather than the things I should - is that alright? And these days, why has everyone got an opinion on everything and insist on sharing it? Oh. Scratch that one. From one of Britain's most-loved national treasures, comes a much-needed Bible of straight-talking honesty and sharp observational humour: following an unprecedented time of collective global insanity, Freddie is ready to impart his effortless charm, wit and wisdom on a wild array of topics. From the significant: climate change - maybe it's our time to go? To the time-worn: what even is political correctness and has the world really gone mad? To the essential: just what do you get when you receive the coveted Toby Carvery Gold Card? In Right, Said Fred, Freddie takes you on a whirlwind tour of his brain as he ponders more of life's most unfathomable questions.
Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff (MBE) is a bestselling author, broadcaster and former England international cricketer. He lives with his wife, Rachael, and their four children. Freddie won BBC Sports Personality of the Year in 2005. Following his retirement from sport, he joined the panel of BAFTA-winning A League of Their Own and now is a presenter on BBC's ever-popular and award-winning Top Gear. He has presented documentaries and interviewed some of the world's most famous figures. He has written for newspapers, fronted his own radio show and had a hugely successful podcast, Flintoff, Savage and the Ping Pong Guy.More About Andrew Flintoff