Random Abstract Memory

  • by Hattie Hayridge
  • Narrated by Hattie Hayridge
  • 1 hrs and 8 mins
  • Performance

Publisher's Summary

Hattie Hayridge reads from her autobiography, Random Abstract Memory. Recognised internationally as Holly the Computer in the hit BBC TV comedy series Red Dwarf, stand-up comic Hattie Hayridge is no stranger to the bizarre side of life.Here, in her own words, she tells of her unexpected birth as an appendicitis, her spontaneous leap into the world of stand-up comedy, and her unplanned landing on the Red Dwarf spaceship.


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"Anyone with a family like that is always worth a look." (Daily Mirror)


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Being an American, I've never been able to catch her in anything but the sci-fi series "Red Dwarf", but I loved her in that series and figured if her book is anything like her "Holly", it was bound to be funny. I was most definately not disappointed! "Random Abstract Memory" is a funny look at the comedy/life of Hattie Hayridge as told as only she can. She's smart, funny, sexy, and is about as close as you'll come to a female version of a "Monty Pythoner" as you'll ever find. My only dissapointment is that it's only 68 minutes long....far too short a time to spend with the uncomparible Ms Hayridge!
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- David Lewis

Very interesting, Very insightful.

Hattie Hayridge is an English stand-up
comedian and actress,

Best known for the role of the female version of Holly in British TV Show Red Dwarf during the third, fourth and fifth series.
"A cult figure in a beloved sit-com"

This Biography was funny, interesting and insightful definitely recommended
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- Chad

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-10-2005
  • Publisher: Laughing Stock Productions Ltd