Studs interview with Roddy Doyle, Irish writer, and author of "Paddy Clark Ha Ha Ha." Doyle reads several times from the book. Studs also reads a few lines from the book. Doyle describes the book set in the Republic of Ireland in the 1960's that portrays the life of a small boy. He discusses the characters and themes of the book that relate to real-life. Doyle speaks about his own childhood that is not reflected in the book. Studs notes that the musical comedy-drama film "Commitments" is based off Doyle's book.
Hendaseyd Buchanan, a bookseller, discusses his bookshop, customers, and interests.
John Peter Jones discusses English youth, the working class, and his book, "The Feather Pluckers."
Founded in 1971, Chiswick is Great Britain's first refuge for battered wives and their children.