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Blog Part 2 - Tuesday

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Rachel | 12:47 UK time, Tuesday, 12 August 2008

Afternoon all, it's Rachel here again.

It's 2 hours since part 1 of my blog and the day is going very well. As I said in my last blog, Aled is off on a course for the next few days. He's learning how to edit video, which will hopefully mean we can post even more videos online!

The office is very quiet without Aled. It's just me and Matt Fincham beavering away on the show. I know Aled has been talking about his 'special project' in his previous blogs. I'm doing some work on the 'SP' today. Can't wait until we finally announce it. I think you'll like what we're planning!

Anyway....

...I thought I'd write about a small concern of mine.....it is the sanity of Dom and Dave. I think the early starts might have finally got to them.

Not sure if you heard the show this morning, but Dom confessed to his belief in the Loch Ness monster. After the show I found myself involved in a serious conversation with Dom and Dave about them heading up to Scotland to Loch Ness. Dave was already looking at cheap flights.

Unfortunately, the timing of the flight's didn't seem to work out so they won't be going...yet. I do worry about them sometimes.

Totally changing the subject, I'm looking forward to Friday. I know it's not good to wish your life away, but firstly Friday's are good, because it's the start of the weekend. Secondly, we have the legend that is Mr Noel Gallagher in live. He's bringing the new Oasis single in with him called 'The Shock of the Lightning'. I've heard very good things about the track.

It should be a good show. Chris and Dave are trying to persuade me to make one of my cakes for Noel. I'm slightly scared!

Anyway must go, Matt Fincham is singing along to Little Jackie, but completely making up the words. I'm going to make him stop. Talking of . Matt this photo is funny Greg James took it on the way back from Newquay.

Have nice day now.

Rachel x

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