Foot, David

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FOOT, David

FOOT, David. British, b. 1929. Genres: Horticulture, Sports/Fitness, Autobiography/Memoirs, Biography. Career: Western Gazette, Yeovil, England, journalist, 1946-55; Bristol Evening World, Bristol, England, journalist, 1955-62; freelance journalist, 1962-. Television and radio journalist, general feature writer, sports reporter, and columnist. Publications: Viv Richards, 1979; From Grace to Botham, 1980; Harold Gimblett: Tormented Genius of Cricket, 1982; Zed, 1983; (with R. Cousins) Skateaway, 1984; Cricket's Unholy Trinity, 1985; Sunshine, Sixes and Cider, a History of the Somerset County Cricket Club, 1986; Hungry Fighters of the West, 1988; 40 Years On: Story of Lord's Taverners, 1990; Country Reporter, 1990; Beyond Bat and Ball, 1993; Wally Hammond, the Reasons Why, 1996; Fragments of Idolatry, 2001. EDITOR: The Hand That Bowled Bradman, 1973; Ladies' Mile, 1977; Gardening My Way, 1978. Address: 20 Downs Cote View, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol BS9 3TU, England.