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Medium Waves: The 5 live Breakfast team get psychic readings

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Scott Solder | 14:43 UK time, Tuesday, 25 October 2011

When psychic and confidante of Princess Diana Sally Morgan was accused of being a fake recently - fans at one of her shows in Dublin said say they heard a man's voice giving what sounded like prompts to her, a claim she denies - Nicky Campbell took calls on the topic.

We heard from sceptics as well as believers and it was decided after the show that we'd conduct our own completely unscientific experiment by sending Breakfast presenters on a "blind date" with a psychic.

So how accurate where they? Here's how George, Rachel and Nicky got on...

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Scott Solder is the editor of 5 live Breakfast

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