Catching Up With Kate Carter
Paul is away having adventures, so runner extraordinaire, world record holder and erstwhile friend-of-the-show Kate Carter steps in for a sunny turn around beautiful Battersea Park. Featuring memories of running on an empty tank, gatecrashing a movie set, the blessing and the curse of chasing times, panda costumes and space suits, marathon memories and London anticipation, a 50k and a composer faux pas, VHS and Betamax, how living in the future turned out, Kate's Cutty Sark theory, how pacing helps the pacer, and some lovely crocuses.
Thanks so much Kate; PAUL TONKINSON WILL RETURN.
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You can get Rob's book Running Tracks here - https://www.waterstones.com/book/running-tracks/rob-deering/9781800180444 - and you can get Paul’s award-winning book 26.2 Miles to Happiness here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/26-2-Miles-Happiness-Comedians-Marathon/dp/1472966260
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