"Strictly Come Dancing" is the hit tv series which in 2004 and 2005 was watched by over 10 million viewers. The celebrity ballroom dancing competition has become cult Saturday night entertainment and a fourth series is planned for BBC1 in Autumn 2006. Published against the third series, the "Strictly Come Dancing" book is a glossy and colourful celebration of the nation's ballroom dancing craze. An updated edition is being published against the forthcoming fourth series. Including interviews with the celebrity dancers, the judges and the professional dancers, and unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to the show, the book is a must for all "Strictly Come Dancing" fans. Entertaining and informative, the book is packed with useful tips for ballroom fanatics, including a step-by-step lesson for each of the featured dances from expert Len Goodman. Designed to appeal to ballroom dancing enthusiasts and tv fans alike, "Strictly Come Dancing" brings both vibrancy and nostalgia to a subject that has caught the nation's imagination.
General Rupert Smith spent forty years in the British Army and senior international command before retiring in 2002. He lives in London.