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Shake, Rattle and Roll

  • Robin Hamman
  • 10 Aug 07, 05:18 PM

Unless you happen to be away on holiday, you may very well have noticed this morning's earthquake in Manchester. Measuring 2.5 on the Richter Scale, the quake appears to have caused no damage or injuries - which is exactly the sort of earthquake you want if you've got to have one at all.

The BBC Manchester website is asking for your first hand accounts of all that moving and shaking.

Sambo reckons he didn't feel or hear anything and unless we're missing a whole bunch of posts about it, bloggers as a whole must not be very sensitive to things like the, uhhh, earth shaking rather a lot. If you've posted about the earthquake on your blog, myspace profile, etc by posting a comment here and we'll update this post with a link to you.

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Hi there
I was on the Heather Stott 3rd August 2007. I downloaded the podcast at the time to keep as a memento however my pc had problems and it had to be formatted so I lost the podcast. I have tried to find in archives but it wont let me access August 3rd files. I was hoping you could send me audio of show or a link to get access to it again.
Thanks Robert Wakefield

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