Don't You Know Who I am? 35 Years Interviewing Sport's Rich and Famous (paperback) - by Peter Slater
In 35 years as a radio sports reporter, Peter Slater has been assaulted by a World Motor Racing Champion, given an audience by the most famous man in the world, been thrown off the Wembley pitch live on-air and has convinced the listening world that an air conditioning unit sounds like a helicopter.
Don't You Know Who I Am? relates his confrontations with a drunken Brian Clough, an angry Alex Ferguson and a waitress in Poland for whom he impersonated a chicken.
From independent radio to the BBC and from the dressing room corridors of the Premier League to the Formula One pit lane, the mountain top finishes of the Tour de France and the forests of the RAC Rally, the author has been there, seen it, done it and spoken to the winners and losers.
But working in radio makes you anonymous. Michael Schumacher, Harry Rednapp and Mark Cavendish may have been interviewed by him many times... but they still don't know who he is.