Andy was on the Graham Norton radio show today. We love Graham and.. sure we like Andy too. So this one was a no miss!

For 7 days you can listen to the show (again) HERE on the BBC Radio 2 website.

You can hear Andy from 1h32, right after Kate Bush singing ‘Army dreamers’.


Andy was on the Simeon Courtie show on BBC Wiltshire this morning, talking about his passion to reduce illiteracy.

You can LISTEN TO IT HERE, the talk with Andy starts at 1h30.

From now only 6 days left to ‘listen again’ so don’t wait too long!


Andy McNab was on BBC Radio 5,  the Daily Bacon show (thanx Angel!), on 23 January….

Comedy duo Steve Punt and Hugh Dennis who are embarking on a new tour talk to Richard about their 25-year comedy partnership which includes working together on Radio 4’s The Now Show, on screen and behind the scenes at Mock the Week and Outnumbered. And he talks to former SAS soldier ANDY MCNAB about his new books and his work to improve literacy among young recruits. And we look back at the top news stories of the last seven days in Chart The Week.

You can download the podcast and listen to it here. Andy’s item starts at 32.30m


“This week Clive’s secret mission is with novelist and former SAS operative Andy McNab, whose bestseller ‘Bravo Two Zero’ is the true story of eight members of the SAS regiment on a top secret mission to infiltrate deep behind enemy lines. The 20th Anniversary edition is available on 23rd May.”

Go here to listen to the BBC program Loose Ends (Andy McNab item starts at 2min44)


You can hear Andy read from his contribution to the Quick Reads Project, his book ‘Today Everything Changes’.

Go here to the BBC website Skillswise


BBC Today
27 March 2012

Two British soldiers have been killed in the big British barracks at Lashkar Gah, Helmand province, by an Afghan wearing a military uniform.

An American soldier was killed in a separate attack in eastern Afghanistan by a man believed to be part of a village-level fighting force being fostered by the Americans.

One-in-seven international military fatalities in Afghanistan this year has been caused by Afghan soldiers turning their arms on the men who thought they were comrades.

Author and former SAS officer Andy McNab has just returned from Helmand and told the Today programme’s Sarah Montague that “even the Afghan National Army (ANA) are targets,” pointing out that the brigade commander does not go anywhere without his bodyguard.

Go here to listen to the BBC Today item with Andy McNab