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Marc | 17:54 UK time, Friday, 7 August 2009

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Be your own radio critic!

Tell us here, frankly, what you thought of tonight's programme.

In the PM office we meet every night at 1800 in the Glass Box you see above. Add your comment here.

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  • 1. At 6:04pm on 07 Aug 2009, Lady_Sue wrote:

    Well done Marc! Was it held to ransom? Did Eddie take it with him? How much did you have to pay to get it back?

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  • 2. At 6:17pm on 07 Aug 2009, U14095519 wrote:

    In the bits below, it says there are 5 comments.

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  • 3. At 6:20pm on 07 Aug 2009, steelpulse wrote:

    Ronald Biggs released? Fine I thought. But it was at about the time his son said on one programme "we all have freedom of speech" and a lawyer named Di (de?) Stefano was brought on to explain the ramifications for his clients - presumably the Biggs family - I decided something.

    Too clever by half (the story perhaps) I decided I am a full West Indian citizen. I heard little of the collapse of the England cricket team over the carpet cleaning I have been asked to do.

    My friends gather round here - four years soon - but the basic premise is still - Moor, bad news, Carolyn. USA rules in play.

    Why does Great Britain need America to justifty a simple matter. Who Is in charge of us in Gordon Browns absence? Barack Obama? That is some special relationship wwe got going.

    So I will wait and see what chores I have this weekend and next week whilst my thoughts go back to the legal profession and no offence intended but the name reminded me the footballer Alfredo di Stefano was allegedly tremendous at dribbling.

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  • 4. At 6:26pm on 07 Aug 2009, RJMolesworth wrote:

    And Giuseppe Di Stefano was a really fine tenor.

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  • 5. At 6:29pm on 07 Aug 2009, funnyJoedunn wrote:

    Can we now truly proclaim we are an 'UNELECTED' dictatorship while Mandy is in charge?

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  • 6. At 6:41pm on 07 Aug 2009, RJMolesworth wrote:

    fJd @5

    I think we can always claim that. I have been doing some research to find the last time the British government was elected by a majority of the votes cast at a general election. It did not happen in the 20th Century or the 21st. It might have been so in the 19th but I cannot find the data that far back.

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  • 7. At 7:01pm on 07 Aug 2009, duhbuh wrote:

    Your segment about the opposition to Obama's health care plans failed to mention that the Democrats have called into service union goons to prevent opponents from voicing their concerns at town hall meetings. Perhaps you could balance this evening's highly biased effort by interviewing someone from the other side of the argument (Michelle Malkin, perhaps).

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  • 8. At 7:05pm on 07 Aug 2009, duhbuh wrote:

    Perhaps I could use "perhaps" a little less often, perhaps.

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  • 9. At 7:24pm on 07 Aug 2009, Sid wrote:

    'what chores', steelpulse? Why, very kind of you - I'll have a large G&T, please.

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  • 10. At 04:13am on 08 Aug 2009, Lady_Sue wrote:

    It seem the 'missing for the duration' glass box has resulted in few comments on the programme, which I thought was a rather good one. The piece about the anniversary of the war and follow up was most interesting as was the interview with the chap about whether or not the Taliban leader was dead. Naturally I enjoyed the cricket report (come on the Aussies) and doesn't everyone just love firefighters?

    A varied, nicely balanced programme which Carolyn piloted with aplomb. Perfect for a Friday.

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  • 11. At 10:07pm on 08 Aug 2009, The Wrath Is Come wrote:

    Lady_Sue - well said, a very enjoyable programe. (come on england)

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