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Title : Bring Me Sunshine: A Windswept, Rain-Soaked, Sun-Kissed, Snow-Capped Guide to Our Weather
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ISBN : 9781408703243
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 321 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Bring Me Sunshine: A Windswept, Rain-Soaked, Sun-Kissed, Snow-Capped Guide to Our Weather Reviews

  • Bettie☯
    2018-12-23 01:17

    BOTWRead by Stephen Manganblurb - We talk about the weather a lot. It exasperates, confounds and on occasion delights us. Our national conversation is dominated by the weather, but how much do we really know about it? In Bring Me Sunshine, Charlie Connelly sets off on the trail of our island obsession.He breezes through the lives of meteorological eccentrics, geniuses, rainmakers and cloud-busters and brings vividly to life great weather events from history. He sheds light on Britain's weirdest wind, the first weather forecast and why people once thought firing cannons at clouds was a great idea.Having adventured round the shipping forecast areas for his bestselling Attention All Shipping, Connelly is the perfect guide through a melange of gales, blizzards, mists, heatwaves and the occasional shower of fish. Bring Me Sunshine answers all your weather questions as well as helping you to distinguish your graupel from your petrichor.Bring Me Sunshine: http://youtu.be/ZedhoqYdfTMProduced by Joanna Green A Pier Production for BBC Radio 4.5* Attention All Shipping A Journey Round the Shipping Forecast CR Bring Me Sunshine

  • Laura
    2018-12-22 18:13

    From BBC Radio 4 - Book of the week:Charlie Connelly sets off on the trail of our island obsession, the weather. And when talking about the British climate which aspect do we usually turn to first? Rain...We talk about the weather a lot. It exasperates, confounds and on occasion delights us. Our national conversation is dominated by the weather, but how much do we really know about it? In Bring Me Sunshine, Charlie Connelly sets off on the trail of our island obsession.He breezes through the lives of meteorological eccentrics, geniuses, rainmakers and cloud-busters and brings vividly to life great weather events from history. He sheds light on Britain's weirdest wind, the first weather forecast and why people once thought firing cannons at clouds was a great idea.Having adventured round the shipping forecast areas for his bestselling Attention All Shipping, Connelly is the perfect guide through a melange of gales, blizzards, mists, heatwaves and the occasional shower of fish. Bring Me Sunshine answers all your weather questions as well as helping you to distinguish your graupel from your petrichor.Produced by Joanna GreenA Pier Production for BBC Radio 4.http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01mhwsv

  • Nick Turner
    2018-12-28 17:20

    I listened to an abridged audio adaptation.Easy-to-read British history of meteorology.Remarkable weather events in Northern Europe, and attempts to understand the weather and ameliorate its effects.Aimed at the general reader, this doesn't go into great depth, but has a wide range of stories and facts with something to surprise every reader.

  • Deedee
    2019-01-07 00:51

    Okay - I messed up! I thought this was a different book by the same title, but a different author. If you are into weather, this would be great. I am not into weather, so I found this book tedious. It has lots of historical facts about anything to do with weather; storms, wind, etc. and even the history of the umbrella. I listened to the audio version and the narrator was British. I do not like narrators with foreign accents, so this added to my dislike of this book. Sorry, a great book for some, with lots of research and information, but not for me!

  • Paul
    2018-12-23 18:10

    This is the third Charlie Connelly book that I have read, and it is just as good as the others. I think that his writing style is great, he manages to be interested in the subjects he writes about, informative and the prose is lightly scattered with humour.Attention All Shipping A Journey Round the Shipping Forecast was loosely about the weather, and FitzRoy, but for this book he has concentrated on the weather, and our relationship with it. He has split the chapters to cover different weather event, rain, snow wind and so on.Each chapter has anecdotes and characters from the history of weather forecasting, significant weather events and also his personal feelings and interactions with the weather.A really good book, can highly recommend.

  • Sho
    2019-01-17 19:51

    Maybe I've been spoiled by having read Attention All Shipping as the first book I read by Charlie Connelly, because I remember that as total brilliance. Bring Me Sunshine is very interesting, brilliantly written in the chatty style that characterises Connelly's other books but it didn't quite grab me in the same way. Having said that - 4 stars means this comes highly recommended, especially to those of us (British?) who love to know about weather.Although I do feel it incumbent on me to point out here - as I do every time it rains where i live (not England) when everyone says "oh it must be just like being at home for you" - that average rainfall per square metre in Germany is higher than that in England.

  • Paula Connelly
    2018-12-29 20:15

    This was a fairly entertaining book, written in a light-hearted and easy style. I thought the subtitle of the book which described it as a guide to the weather was slightly misleading. I assumed this meant that most of the book would be just that - a guide to the British weather and what creates conditions such as fog, lightning etc. Whilst these subjects were very briefly covered, most of the book is concerned with people behind the weather, such as Francis Beaufort, creator of the Beaufort Scale.Some of the stories were intriguing and interesting, but on the whole I found the book a bit of a struggle to finish at times.Some interesting facts, but not really the book I thought it would be!

  • Tim Corke
    2019-01-04 23:16

    I'm super impressed with Charlie Connelly's books - always full of humour and light entertainment and always full of technical and scientific facts - my perfect combination! If you're one for quirky little facts and geeky-ness and love Bill Bryson's stories, then I guarantee that Charlie Connelly will be one author that you won't stop reading. Can't wait to find another one..

  • John Kaye
    2019-01-08 16:57

    A perfectly pleasant read, but a hundred pages too ,long. Lots of nice tales about people important to the development of meteorology, But it needed more structure.

  • Rik
    2018-12-28 00:19

    This was OK, a mix of fact and anecdote. Sort of informative and then a bit boring at times, maybe too much waffle. More weather prediction history than a guide to the weather.

  • Mark Taylor
    2019-01-12 20:55

    This wasn't as interesting as I thought it would be based on previous books by this author. It seemed to contain quite a lot of padding. But still some very good stuff in there