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Eddie Mair | 09:01 UK time, Tuesday, 14 November 2006

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  1. At 09:03 AM on 14 Nov 2006, Karl Handy wrote:

    I suppose there is a prize for the 10000th one?

    How exciting!

  2. At 09:12 AM on 14 Nov 2006, Charles Hatton wrote:

    But I'm Commenting as fast as I can ...

  3. At 09:12 AM on 14 Nov 2006, Belinda wrote:

    Who is the top contributor then? You should do a countdown like Top of the Pops (or has that finished now?).

  4. At 09:13 AM on 14 Nov 2006, John H. wrote:

    Well, I'm doing my bit - I just sent another.

    Oh, and another...

  5. At 09:14 AM on 14 Nov 2006, anne wrote:

    I just want to thank you for yesterday's newsletter which arrived at 3.40 am.
    Fifi, have you had yours yet? and yes I do mean the newsletter!

  6. At 09:14 AM on 14 Nov 2006, Charles Hatton wrote:

    Honestly I am …

  7. At 09:14 AM on 14 Nov 2006, Brightonram wrote:

    I am cautiously optimistic that this might be the 10,000th comment.

    I will use it to opine that PM is the best radio program ever and that Derby County will win the cup.

  8. At 09:14 AM on 14 Nov 2006, Simon Worrall wrote:

    Sacre Bleu!

    I'm sure I've already missed the big 10k.
    Well done to all my fellow froggers for making this a lively, thought-provoking and entertaining place to visit.

    Si.

  9. At 09:14 AM on 14 Nov 2006, Charles Hatton wrote:

    See, that’s three inside a minute …

  10. At 09:20 AM on 14 Nov 2006, Big Sister wrote:

    Eddie .... I'm beginning to think I can read your mind! While you were posting this, I was posting something v. similar two threads ago ....

    By the time this gets posted, we could well be there.

    This is getting spooky!

  11. At 05:48 PM on 14 Nov 2006, jim parry wrote:

    Whats A Blog ?

  12. At 10:41 PM on 14 Nov 2006, Valery P wrote:

    This blog has been quiet all day, and suddenly all those 9.14 ones have shot out of the pipe - has there really been a blockage??

  13. At 10:44 PM on 14 Nov 2006, John Hunt wrote:

    Who decides the type of voice, accent and tone of the actor [I presume] who reads out your listeners' written comments? [This is not just about PM but the BBC in general.]
    If a policeman writes in why does he have to drop his aitches and sound gruff and arrogant? If a clergyman writes in why do you assume he is calm, rational and speaks PR? A bit close to bias reporting isn't it?
    I'm an English Language Teacher - 'ow d'yah reckon I talk ven|?
    Good programme nonetheless.


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