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Eddie Mair | 11:34 UK time, Tuesday, 31 July 2007

tells me this is:

"me in my bikini at Instow"..
saucya.jpg

BTW: If you have a thought on the all new all singing all dancing PM website - do let us know.

Comments

  1. At 11:38 AM on 31 Jul 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    If this is a McGill, I'd frame it, Eddie - it might be worth more than the postage!

  2. At 11:41 AM on 31 Jul 2007, Aperitif wrote:

    Ah, if only it were really summer...

  3. At 11:56 AM on 31 Jul 2007, Annasee wrote:

    In response to the news about the fancy new website, I've just had a look. I have to say, it looks rather serious, but once I started reading Eddie's new bio, oh how I laughed. That is the best CV I have read anywhere. But someone should have told Carolyn hers is way too professional and worthy. If she's going to work with that crazy gang at PM, she needs to measure up in the wacky stakes.

    Great links to all the other relevant news sites and listen again stuff too. I thought the purple was a bit heavy, but maybe it's some sort of corporate news branding image? Anyway, as a complete technophobe, I'm deeply impressed. Well done whichever irritatingly clever geek put it all together. I'm not coming across as jealous & embittered am I?

  4. At 12:10 PM on 31 Jul 2007, jonnie wrote:

    Mmm - alas the CV, Annasee is full of predicatable lies and dishonesty.

    For starters :-

    http://www.tayfm.co.uk/

  5. At 12:48 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Frances O wrote:

    Having been a bit distracted by 'real' life, I missed the link to the all-singing etc website - url, anyone?

    Hi, Annasee!

  6. At 01:00 PM on 31 Jul 2007, The New Blog Prince aka Marc wrote:

    Frances O - the address is www.bbc.co.uk/pm

    Or you can just click on the link below Eddie's photo!

  7. At 01:03 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    Hm, Eddie, I seem to recall commenting on the new website, on 20th July. And I even emailed to compliment you and the team.

    "Congrats, Eddie, on the wonderful new webpage - At Last!!!!!!

    But, the best bit is, of course, your bio. Brilliant! I shall flag it up on the Blog (when that starts to behave again)

    "All he really craves is love" - Well, there's plenty of that, Eddie (and I don't mean that in any creepy way). You are much valued."

    Was I ahead of the game? ;o)

  8. At 01:09 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Eddie Mair wrote:

    I know Big Sis (6) - I was following orders to ask. I pointed out we'd had some feedback already but.....

  9. At 01:11 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Big Sister wrote:

    Ah, Eddie, those Powers that Be! I remember it well from the days when I was asked to do similar things, replied that we'd already got feedback and that asking would only upset people, yet being told to go ahead regardless.

    Pawns in their hands, that's what we are, Eddie! Never mind, the main thing is people like it - and in particular your autobiography. Perhaps you could rewrite Carolyn's for her?

  10. At 01:17 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Vyle Hernia wrote:

    At least Sequin is wearing a lovely smile. I was very sorry I couldn't get down into Gloucester and see her when she was there for the floods.

  11. At 01:24 PM on 31 Jul 2007, RJD wrote:

    The New Blog Prince aka Marc (6) - The link beneath Eddie's photo gives a 403 error.

  12. At 01:38 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Annasee wrote:

    RJD - don't wish to make you paranoid, but clicking the link below the photo worked for me. Perhaps it's something personal, & you've been barred from the site? But only you...

  13. At 01:39 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Ed Iglehart wrote:

    No, RJD, it doesn't. It's a 403 on your browser, but it doesn't always. the link in the source code is

  14. The PM programme
  15. or href="/pm/"

    and it seems to depend upin the state of your browser's idea of which url directory it's in.

    or possibly a bbc 'forbidden' to keep us from backtracking for some stupid reason.

    It would be easy to fix in the code, simply by providing a full URL.....[doh!]

    xx
    ed

  16. At 02:16 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Val P wrote:

    I can't find anything except a 403 either, and back to work now, so....Do you mean the twitter link? Dunno what that's all about either, you have to sign up for it?

    and I'm being malicious? I haven't had that one for ages

  17. At 02:18 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Fifi wrote:

    Nope, RJD, you and I are both excluded.

    Here, have a placard. We shall march around in a mini-demonstration:

    "Let in the PM Two!"

    "Let in the PM Two!"

    "Let in.... etc"

    Fifi :o[


    Oh, and now I'm malicious??? Grrrrr!

  18. At 02:18 PM on 31 Jul 2007, The Stainless Steel Cat wrote:

    I also get a "403 Forbidden" when clicking on Eddie's bottom.

  19. At 02:41 PM on 31 Jul 2007, DI Wyman wrote:

    no "403" for me....all hunky doory.....lots of pics of that nice Mr Eddie.....and strangely...the aroma of roasting coffee.

    Doh.....the window is open...


    ttfn.........photoelicious........init?

  20. At 02:46 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Fifi wrote:

    Val, SSCat, I've brought spare placards for you too.

    "Let in the PM Four!"

    "Let in the PM Four!"

    "Let in the ... etc"

    Fifi

  21. At 03:20 PM on 31 Jul 2007, The New Blog Prince aka Marc wrote:

    RJD@ 11

    Do you mean the link below eddie's photo on the blog, or a link below one of the photos of eddie on the new website???

  22. At 03:52 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Gilbert G. Glendenning. wrote:

    Fifi,

    Just get the fluff of the needle, it might work then ;0)

  23. At 04:06 PM on 31 Jul 2007, The New Blog Prince aka Marc wrote:

    RJD@ 11

    Do you mean the link below eddie's photo on the blog, or a link below one of the photos of eddie on the new website???

  24. At 04:09 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Ed Iglehart wrote:

    Marc,

    The one I told you about last week or so.

    In the source code it's a 'relative' link, which doesn't always work. (see 13, 14, 15 above)

    xx
    ed

  25. At 04:40 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Rachel wrote:

    It's so long since I've visited the web page I can't really tell if this is an improvement. Sorry. I like the developing cult of personality, though. And I love the biog. Tell Carolyn that hers is desperately out of date and far too modest. She's playing with the big girls now and should tell a few lies just to keep up. It's BBC policy now, after all.

    I've been away for a week or two and wrote a pointless blog postcard which I forgot to post. How pointless is that? If I find it when I unpack, I might still send it. But if I do, will it still qualify as pointless?

  26. At 04:51 PM on 31 Jul 2007, The New Blog Prince aka Marc wrote:

    Ed @ 23

    A "relative" link is way out of my league. I will have to speak to the grown ups...

  27. At 05:20 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Fifi wrote:

    I'm in! I'm in! I'm in!

    * runs around the office flipping her shirt up like a footballer after a surprise goal *

    Whatever you did Marc, it worked. Cheers!

    Fifi

    PS * Belatedly realises what she's just done, blushes, and hides behind photocopier *

  28. At 05:21 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Fifi wrote:

    I'm in! I'm in! I'm in!

    * runs around the office flipping her shirt up like a footballer after a surprise goal *

    Whatever you did Marc, it worked. Cheers!

    Fifi


    PS * Belatedly realises what she's just done, blushes, and hides behind photocopier *

  29. At 06:03 PM on 31 Jul 2007, Ian Holmes wrote:

    How perfectly typical of Eddie Mair to jump onto a little story about David Cameron and a party donor who is desperate to become a peer, and offers a 'labour party style' bribe. It's typical of the labour luvvy BBC to try and smear the conservatives at every opportunity. I wouldn't be surprised if this asian guy hadn't been put up to it by the labour party in the first place.
    There are more important things going on in this world today than trying to smear the conservatives at every opportunity.
    In Afghanistan, Muslim murderers are killing Christians, using them as pawns to try and get other Muslim murderers freed. Why isn't there a big story on that, or is the politically correct multicultural BBC frightened of upsetting a tiny minority of vociferous and oft violent people who have decided England is the country, they wish to invade and turn into a Muslim enclave.

  30. At 12:54 AM on 01 Aug 2007, Ed Iglehart wrote:

    Ian (28),

    "There are more important things going on in this world today than trying to smear the conservatives at every opportunity.
    In Afghanistan, Muslim murderers are killing Christians, using them as pawns to try and get other Muslim murderers freed."

    In Afghanistan, Christian (and possibly Jewish and Hindu and agnostic) soldiers are killing Muslims, using them as pawns to try and get control of the opium market.

    It would be far cheaper to just buy the crop, and much less bloody.

    Salaam/Shalom/Shanthi/Dorood/Peace.
    ed

  31. At 08:47 AM on 01 Aug 2007, The New Blog Prince aka Marc wrote:

    Fifi @ 27

    Glad you can now see the website. I spoke to the grown-ups, who quickly corrected the problem with the "relative link".

    If any of you notice any more problems with the blog or the PM website, please email me at pmblogprince at hot mail dot com

    ta as ever

    marc

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