Paul Howard is a multi-award-winning journalist, author, playwright and comedy writer. He is best known in his native Ireland as the creator of Ross O'Carroll-Kelly, a fictional rugby jock and the star of a series of books that have sold well over one million copies in Ireland. He is a former Irish Sports Journalist of the Year, an Irish Newspaper Columnist of the Year and a three-times Irish Book Award winner. He has written for stage and for television. He is a Beatles nut and lives in County Wicklow with his wife, Mary.
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We're delighted to have four Pan Macmillan titles shortlisted for the Bord Gáis Energy Irish Book Awards: Emma Donoghue's The Wonder, Paul Howard's I Read The News Today, Oh Boy, Roddy Doyle's Rover and the Big Fat Baby and William Rya...
Paul Howard, author of I Read the News Today, Oh Boy, introduces the music that inspired, and was in turn inspired by, Tara Browne, from Bobby Darin and The Everly Brothers to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.