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Eddie Mair | 15:51 UK time, Thursday, 6 December 2007

See how you get on


  1. At 03:55 PM on 06 Dec 2007, Jason Good wrote:

    Right leg over, as usual.

  2. At 04:29 PM on 06 Dec 2007, UptheTrossachs wrote:

    I'm on - I think

  3. At 04:34 PM on 06 Dec 2007, Fifi wrote:

    Well, I was 502d again this morning but I'm not taking it personally... the 502 seems to have evolved into a message meaning: "BE PATIENT!"

    But I'm happy to give it a go again . . .


  4. At 04:40 PM on 06 Dec 2007, DI Wyman wrote:

    JG (1)

    So it is usual for you to have a leg over, even if it is the right one, on a Thursday afternoon?

    wots yer secret?


  5. At 04:46 PM on 06 Dec 2007, jane coffey wrote:

    Apologies if I am repeating myself, as I am sending this again having got error 502 message before.

    I have just had the privilege of listening to the thoughts and reflections of Tony Benn MP in the glorious setting of The Lady Chapel in Ely Cathedral. His wisdom, integrity and humility in these days of spin and scandal within politics was both heartening and refreshing to hear. This prompted myself and my friend Jane over coffee afterwards to consider who else there was in politics today to match him, now or in the future. HELP !, we could not think of even one name

  6. At 04:51 PM on 06 Dec 2007, Fearless Fred wrote:

    Don't tease us like this, Eddie!

  7. At 05:31 PM on 06 Dec 2007, Davo wrote:

    The Home Secretary should be ashamed of herself with regard to reneging on the police deal. Another nail in this tired government's coffin I suggest.

  8. At 05:47 PM on 06 Dec 2007, Sandra Barrie wrote:

    What a stunning piece of radio was the interview with the Land Girl. It was one of those rare moments when you can't move away from the set.
    Thank you Eddie.

  9. At 06:40 PM on 06 Dec 2007, Jason Good wrote:

    DiY(4): If only! Sadly it was an in-joke started by my Economics A-level teacher who's lessons I used to miss to, erm, visit my then girlfriend. One of my class mates reputedly asked "I wonder how Jason's getting on?" His answer is immortalised in my (1) above. A big influence on me and still in teaching now as the link shows.

    Sandra(8): It was one of those rare moments when you can't move away from the set.

    I find this happens frequently. Especially when I am driving my car. ;-)

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