Subtitled "A Misremembered Journey through the 20th Century to Today", it will act as an informal follow-up to 1066 And All That, an infamous comic reworking of history that was first serialised in Punch magazine and published in a single volume in 1930.
Written by W. C. Sellar and R. J. Yeatman the original books has inspired numerous other works in the decades since, and was also adapted into a stage musical comedy production.
Publishers of Murray's new version promise that it will be an "hilarious update" to "bring the last 100 years alive".
Running to almost double the length of the original 1066 work, hardback, eBook and audiobook formats - which Murray will read - are all being lined up for publication on 29th October 2020.
The comic, best known for his Edinburgh Comedy Award-winning Pub Landlord alter-ego, studied Modern History at Oxford University, and currently co-hosts the hit twice-weekly Second World War history podcast We Have Ways of Making You Talk.
He has also presented a number of television history programmes, including series Al Murray: Why Does Everyone Hate The English, Al Murray's German Adventure and Al Murray's Road to Berlin.
Brilliant and hilarious new gallop through British history by everyone's favourite pub landlord and comedian, Al Murray.
1066 And All That, the famous tongue-in-cheek parody on British history has been a family favourite ever since it was first published in 1930. But so much has happened since then . . . and who better to provide a hilarious update than stand-up comedian Al Murray? Forget dusty, dry history books from your classroom days. This will bring the last 100 years alive as you discover historical facts that you never knew.
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