I don't think anyone will regard this book as being an outstanding contribution to literature but it's a pleasant, fun read conjuring, as it does, a long by-gone age of 'steam radio' and one of its contributors. Molly Weir was a woman from one of the poorest parts of a depression hit Glasgow who, through sheer determination and hard work, managed to become a well recognised figure of this period.
Perhaps her earlier books are more interesting but this is a nice follow up and there are interesting chapters, not least her long hunt for a mink coat! They don't make 'em like that anymore!
Molly Weir was a Scottish actress who mainly came to fame as a result of her part as Aggie the Scottish maid in the early sitcom Life With The Lyons.She subsequently wrote an autobiography comprised in a number of books of which this is one.To any6one familiar with the series her tale is at times interesting.However she has the tendancy to pack out this slim volume with stories of her holidays ,the coronation and her times on tv panel shows all of which are exceedingly dull.However if you are interested in the actress and the period she worked in this will do for a quick read.