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The Glass Box for New Year's Day

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Eddie Mair | 15:17 UK time, Tuesday, 1 January 2008

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 05:25 PM on 01 Jan 2008, Betsy Everett wrote:

    I've just listened to the interview about the tragic Rottweiler attack. It may be, as the interviewee said, that individual Rottweilers have never shown signs of aggression, towards humans or other dogs. But surely the point is that ALL dogs are, to some extent, unpredictable. And the sheer size and power of a dog like the Rottweiler must surely make it unsuitable to be near children? If it does turn on a small child, or even an adult, it can't be controlled in the way a smaller dog can.

  2. At 06:06 PM on 01 Jan 2008, Hilary Peters wrote:

    I want to support Philip Surtees the pidgeon fancier. Is he in touch with the Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens.
    Please let me know anything I can do to help.

  3. At 06:17 PM on 01 Jan 2008, Sid Cumberland wrote:

    Excellent program tonight. All the best to the PM team for a great 2008.


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