‘Bodgery’ by Peter Henshaw & John Bradshaw (Nov. 2011) A disparate collection of occasionally desperate tales of woe – and subsequent joy. These are not useful hints & tips, but are celebrations of eccentric ingenuity. An applause for kit that was, and occasionally still is, user-servicable.
A protest against designed disposability. But none of the very varied accounts to be found within are urban myths. They are not regurgitations of what my friend says his brother heard that a bloke in the pub did once. Each tale was told to one of the editors directly.
An ideal book for Dad to keep in the loo.