From BBC Scotland's Traffic; Travel to working with Lulu, Andy Williams and Glen Campbell...via The Beechgrove Potting Shed and the Comedy Unit. This is an uplifting and hilarious memoir from one of Scotland's best-known radio voices. Theresa Talbot is familiar to many as one of the leading voices behind BBC Radio Scotland's Traffic; Travel and as The Beechgrove Potting Shed's host. Yet few know what she looks like. In this hugely entertaining voyage of self-discovery, Theresa tells of trying numerous occupations before eavesdropping on a No.66 bus and thus ending up on Radio Clyde, Q96 and the BBC, all via AA Roadwatch. She recalls working with Lulu, bamboozling Andy Williams and having the chance to sing with Glen Campbell. Just as importantly, she confesses to her part in The Great Milk Float Robbery. From an insider's guide to presenting traffic; Travel to tips on rescuing chickens and having a stress-free Christmas. One look at the Contents page and you'll know you're in for a treat.