I'm still digesting this great book, though so far I have seen interview snippets from both Bobby and Graham. Anyway, here's my brief review (also posted on Amazon):
My favourite era in music is undoubtedly 1963-1966, and no other music TV show encapsulated that incredible creative and fast-changing period better than 'Ready, Steady, Go!' ('Top of The Pops' may have had the ratings and the longevity, but any vaguely "cool" music TV show since such as 'The Tube', 'The Word' and 'T.F.I. Friday' owe RSG a HUGE debt).
Andy Neill is up there with Keith Badman, Spencer Leigh and Alan Clayson as one of the foremost experts on all things Sixties, and was the perfect candidate to write this brilliant book. With over 100 all-star interviews, a detailed chronological history, a full episode guide and many, many, MANY rare photos and memorabilia, this really sets a new standard for books of this type. As Cathy McGowan would've said, it's "Absolutely Smashing!".