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Bear Grylls publishes ‘To Grill a Flocking Bird’

existence of such a manuscript described as 'medium-rare'The book world is literally ablaze with astonishment today on reading the news that notorious agoraphile and mucky-pup Bear Grylls has stepped in to fill the bird-mocking void left by Harper Lee more than fifty-five years ago.

However, unlike Lee’s dreary black and white yarn of a mute lawyer imprisoned in a bird infested attic, Bear has crafted a complex and touching narrative that explores the positive aspects of racism, class, prejudice, injustice, and how best to catch and consume migrating wildlife.

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Posted: Feb 4th, 2015
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Bear Grylls to sue George Foreman for ‘Grill’ copyright infringement

Specifically he hopes to stamp out illicit meat broiling, parallel bars and ‘the kind of cross-examination that only occurs in US cop shows’.

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Posted: Aug 9th, 2014
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Native tribesmen get luxury suite as BBC unveils new twist on survival shows

tribal notions of social etiquette will be challenged‘Out of the Wild’ represents a radical re-imagining of the survival documentary.

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Posted: May 16th, 2014
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Ray Mears hard-man act ‘not fooling anyone’, confirms everyone

The new ‘fearless tough guy’ approach by TV bushcraft expert Ray Mears in ITV’s new Close Encounters series is fooling ‘absolutely nobody’, an online opinion poll has suggested. Mears, who was offered the new series on the basis that he doesn’t wear tight Cub Scout shorts, has been travelling the globe, encountering infamous and unusual animals, but has ultimately left viewers disappointed.

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Posted: Jul 25th, 2013
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New Bear Grylls cookbook a surprise hit with the middle classes

The book contains favourites like ‘Freshly Squeezed Shit Drippings’ and ‘A Lizard’, and includes no nonsense instructions such as, ‘First, find some shit; fresh is best’ and ‘Grab it, grab it before it gets away’.

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Posted: Sep 17th, 2011
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