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Signing off now...

Eddie Mair | 16:20 UK time, Friday, 18 May 2007

join me if you can for Any Questions. More importantly - tune in to Carolyn at 5. Stand by for the glass box..


  1. At 04:32 PM on 18 May 2007, Susan Orty-Boyden wrote:


    Please take some pictures of Whitby. It's in a lovely spot.

  2. At 04:34 PM on 18 May 2007, jonnie wrote:

    Beautiful -- spitting down here now.

    Watch out for any Reverends keen to make their points.

    Have a good one Eddie.

  3. At 04:37 PM on 18 May 2007, witchiwoman wrote:

    A lovely note to end on - good luck tonight, will keep an ear out for you x

  4. At 04:50 PM on 18 May 2007, jonnie wrote:

    Bet Carolyn forgets the glassbox. She was fired last time you know!

  5. At 05:57 PM on 18 May 2007, Frances O wrote:

    Glad you kept yourself usefully busy, Eric.

    Hope you kept some of that bile you heaped on that poor beardy man for tonight's programme.

    jonnie - someone must have told her...

  6. At 08:51 PM on 18 May 2007, jonnie wrote:

    Frances - that American woman on the train was in the AQ audience - she popped up at 8-30 :-)

    Excellent panelists - great debating, though Graham Taylor frightened me a few times. Not what he said - but as a sound engineer I'd have been panic stricken! - bet he's a good part time preist though. I'd rather him than the one from last weeks AA ;-)

    If I'd have been Michael Meacher I'd have done a runner.

  7. At 07:16 AM on 19 May 2007, eddie mair wrote:

    Sadly there was no time to take pics. Goodness it was beautiful though - the drive there in sunshine was stunning. I'll be back.
    It was a slightly hairy time - as you may have heard one guest was late...another, Michael Meacher who was on the train after me, almost didn't make it having sat in a siding for 40 minutes. How the AQ producers do it every week I don't know...

  8. At 04:39 PM on 19 May 2007, eddie mair wrote:

    And apologies to Big Sis who sent a lovely photo to me but regrattably I don't have bbc email on my laptop so only got it today at BH. Will try to post next week.

  9. At 05:14 PM on 19 May 2007, Frances O wrote:

    Eric, go home, spend some time with your family, you workaholic!

    Glad the drive was so good. I adore the countryside at this time of year.

  10. At 01:06 AM on 20 May 2007, jonnie wrote:

    It was a good picture Eddie -- bit like when you turn your head around on the beach and a bit of suntan lotion gets in your eye. Have you checked the lens on that Nokia recently?

    Totally off topic (OT) but involving e-mails. We have had no incoming ones since Friday -- a problem with e-mail forwarding from Pipex 123-reg. They used to charge 50 pence a minute for technical support - and delays were normally around 5 minutes. I believe (through Internet searches) they were slapped on the wrist - so they now charge 10 pence a minute -- and guess how long the queue was? -- TWENTY FIVE minutes.

    I think we are slowly learning the lesson and migrating everything back to BT - and forking out for the business package :-(

    nikki noodle :- At least I got your one to the Hotmail account and thanks again for your great efforts even though you didn't get anywhere with the Froggers song in the end :-( ... there will be other times I'm sure.

    Well night all xx

  11. At 12:10 PM on 20 May 2007, nikki noodle wrote:

    thanks jonnie!!


  12. At 05:37 PM on 20 May 2007, DI Wyman wrote:

    ...JUST TO LET U ALL NO....I AIN'T NO A GIRL AND MY BALLS AIN'T SILVER...if you no wot i means....!

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    ...rugger........MIND THE STE..........FCOL too late..
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