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The Glass Box for Wednesday

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Eddie Mair | 15:26 UK time, Wednesday, 12 December 2007

In the PM office we meet every night after the programme in this Glass Box:


We talk about the content of the programme and try to give an honest assessment of what worked and what didn't...the things we missed and the places where our ambitions were not met. THIS virtual glass box you are looking at is where you are invited - indeed encouraged - to be honest about our hour. Members of the production team will read it, and the editor should comment too. Click on The Glass Box link on the right of the page to read previous entries.


  1. At 05:32 PM on 12 Dec 2007, JimmyGiro wrote:

    I recall the miners strike in the eighties, and the attitudes of the police officers billeting at my mothers house.

    How they loathed Scargill, how they condemned those lads fighting for their jobs, how they cheered the batten charges...

  2. At 12:25 AM on 13 Dec 2007, Ed Iglehart wrote:

    Not much depth or substance to the report on the "peace process" we were promised.

    Namaste -ed

  3. At 11:35 AM on 13 Dec 2007, Fiona wrote:

    Do you start on the wine before or after the programme?
    Fiona x

  4. At 11:38 AM on 13 Dec 2007, Gossipmistress wrote:

    The glass box is looking quite festive! I wonder who the wine glasses belonged to?

  5. At 02:24 PM on 13 Dec 2007, RachelG wrote:

    And which of you is knitting a scarf?

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