Friday, 6 November 2009

Hines Sight

Announcing the publication of Hines Sight, a re-edited and revised first hardback edition of Frazer Hines' acclaimed 1996 autobiography.

Frazer Hines is one of the UK's most charismatic stars of stage and screen. From his early days as a child actor in films such as X The Unknown, and appearances in Emergency Ward 10 and Coronation Street, Frazer became a household name playing the time-travelling Scot, Jamie McCrimmon, alongside Patrick Troughton in the BBC's cult series Doctor Who. In 1972 he was cast as Joe Sugden in the fledgeling soap opera Emmerdale Farm, and became the housewife's favourite farmer for over two decades.

In this compelling and funny book, Frazer reveals his own thoughts and feelings when faced with stardom at an early age, the pressure of being an early 'media celebrity', his love of horses and cricket, and what it was actually like to date, marry and divorce some of the most eligible and beautiful women to have crossed stage and screen in the last 40 years.

'He writes with such humour and passion that you can’t put the book down.' Review on Amazon

Frazer working on the manuscript with editor Sam Stone


Title: Hines Sight
Format: Royal Hardback
ISBN: 978-1-84583-998-7
Price: £25.00 (plus p&p)


Contains 16 pages of black and white photographs from Frazer's personal collection covering his life and career.

The book has a foreword specially written by variety entertainers Ian and Janette Krankie.

The book is published as a 'Royal' format hardback with dust jacket, and every copy ordered online from this site will come individually signed by Frazer. If you would like a personalised dedication, then just add that in the box opposite before clicking the button. Please don't ask for wordings which could be considered offensive or inappropriate. Frazer's decision on this will be final.

To order, please choose your postal region and click the PayPal button to the right.

The book is now available for despatch.

Hines Sight is a re-edited and revised edition of 'Films, Farms and Fillies' published by Boxtree in 1996.