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Forgetting my towel

Simon Mayo | 08:31 UK time, Monday, 12 March 2012

As they always used to start in my Blue Peter annuals 'Hello There!" Here's a blog that is beginning at home but will be completed in a car, going to talk to 240 school kids aged 13. I am, justifiably I believe, terrified.
But first the weekend which I trust was a good one. Mine concluded with the Douglas Adams virtual 60th birthday bash at the Hammersmith Odeon last night. I have long been a huge fan of all things Adams and last night saw an attempt to capture the essence of the Hitchhikers Guide man in one brief 4 hour spectacular. It was a mixture of music (David Gilmore, Gary Brooker et al) Science (Robin Ince , Simon Singh and John Culshaw doing a great Prof Brian Cox impression) and comedy (Terry Jones, Sanjiv Baskar and the wonderful HeeBeeGeeBees). And lots of people in towels, this being the essential item for space travel.And if you've forgotten why, it's time to dust of the old Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy and re-discover Arthur Dent, Ford Prefect et al one more time.
So to school! I am embarking on a recklessly imagined tour of UK schools to talk about Itch and today sees me on a platform with the aforementioned hundreds of well behaved students. My only hope is that I'm more interesting than the subject they would be having normally on a Monday morning. My father was a headmaster, my mother a teacher and my sister is a headteacher. I nearly became one myself but the call of the mic was too strong. Sitting in a room with one or two people is fine-standing on a stage in front of Ilford's finest, less so. I shall report back...
To the show! And we'll be having CALL THE MIDWIFE oldies as we welcome Jenny Agutter to Drivetime. The iconic star of Railway Children, American Werewolf in London, Walkabout and Equus has starred as a nun in the big BBC hit set in 1950's east London. It was re-commissioned almost as soon as it was first broadcast and Jenny is great in it of course. MIDWIFERY oldies should see us nicely through today's show I think.
Have a finely-judged and perfectly-balanced Monday, see you after 5

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Good morning Simon, team and blogpoppets,

    It's a lovely day here is Surrey, let's hope that Spring is in the air for us all at last.
    Good luck Simon, I'm sure you'll do a grand job - you manage to charm us every day for two hours so it'll be a piece of cake with just one hall full! ;)

    So to Midwifery oldies -

    BABY LOVE - THE SUPREMES

    ROCK YOUR BABY - GEORGE McCRAE

    CRY BABY - CEE LO GREEN

    BE MY BABY - THE RONETTES

    PUSH IT - SALT N PEPPA

    I WANT TO RIDE MY BICYCLE - QUEEN

    THE PUSHBIKE SONG - THE MIXTURES / MUNGO JERRY

    Jx

  • Comment number 2.

    Nice to know you're inspiring 13 year olds Simon. There's a latent teacher in all of us. Say hello to Jenny Agutter on my behalf, I walk past Ty Rock most days; loved her work in Call the Midwife.

  • Comment number 3.

    Morning all

    I hope everyone has had a lovely weekend. I'm wondering if everyone is else having the green box problem like I have just had. I don't like being first on the blog so I'm hoping that by the time I'm able to post my message, there will be others before me!

    Simon, I can't believe that after talking to six or seven million people, five days a week, that you're terrified of talking to 240 youngsters... they'll love you and their mums will be envious!

    A good excuse to start with one of my favourite Hollies' songs!!

    THE BABY ~ The Hollies

    RIDE ON BABY ~ Chris Farlowe

    BEACH BABY ~ First Class

    SWEET BABY JAMES ~ James Taylor

    DON'T WORRY BABY ~ Beach Boys

    SOMEONE'S BABY ~ Jackson Browne

  • Comment number 4.

    BABY LOVE...DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES


    PSL xx

  • Comment number 5.

    SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED.....STEVIE WONDER

    TOO BUSY THINKING ABOUT MY BABY...MARVIN GAYE

    LOVE CHILD....DIANA ROSS & THE SUPREMES

    CALL ME ...ARETHE FRANKLIN

    PSL xx

  • Comment number 6.

    A couple more....

    PUSH ~ Avril Lavigne

    HEAD FIRST ~ Goldfrapp

  • Comment number 7.

    SISTERS ARE DOING IT FOR THEMSELVES....ARETHA FRANKLIN AND THE EIRYTHMICS

    ALL WOMAN...LISA STANSFIELD

  • Comment number 8.

    Good Morning Simon and Poppeteers

    Good luck today Simon. 240 youngsters (with attitude, ain't easy).

    SUGAR BABY LOVE - RUBETTES (yeh!)

    BYE BYE BABY - BAY CITY ROLLERS

    ROCK ME BABY - GEORGE MCRAE (spelling?)

    THE WONDER OF YOU - ELVIS

    HOLD ME CLOSE - DAVID ESSEX

    THE FIRST TIME EVER I SAW YOUR FACE - ROBERTA FLACK

    YOU'RE BEAUTIFUL - JAMES BLUNT

    PLEASE BE WITH ME - ERIC CLAPTON

    FOR BABY - JOHN DENVER

    LAY BACK IN THE ARMS OF SOMEONE - SMOKEY

    PERFECT - FAIRGROUND ATTRACTION

    BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY - PETER FRAMPTON

    LULLABY - SHAWN MULLINS

    Hope everyone had a nice weekend. Catch up for a chat in a while.

    Shona X

  • Comment number 9.

    ISN'T SHE LOVELY...STEVIE WONDER, great intro with a baby crying

    PSL xx

  • Comment number 10.

    Good morning, everybody.

    THE DRUGS DON'T WORK - THE VERVE
    PUSH IT - SALT N' PEPPA
    WANDRIN' STAR - LEE MARVIN

  • Comment number 11.

    Hi Simon and everyone

    Hope all had good weekends. Mine consisted of amending my CV on the advice of a very good recruiter, I should delay the very good until she is successful in securing me a new contract or permanent employment.

    Yes agreed there is a teacher in all of us. I wanted to be a teacher when I was 6 or 7 but ended up as an Accountant/Auditor!

    Good luck with your schools tour Simon, i'm sure you will have them 100% engaged like you do with us on drive time.

    Now where are those towels:

    1. BORN TO LATE - The Ponytails
    2. PUSH IT - Salt N Pepa
    3. BORN THIS WAY - Lady Gaga
    4. BABY I LOVE YOUR WAY - Peter Frampton or Big Mountain
    5. BABY LOVE - The Supremes
    6. SIGNED SEALED DELIVERED IM YOURS - Stevie Wonder
    7. TIRED OF WAITING - The Kinks
    8. WAITING FOR A STAR TO FALL - BOY MEETS GIRL
    9. JOY TO THE WORLD - 3 Dog Night
    10. GIRL TALK - Dave Edmonds

    Oh well, nice theme, must jump to it.

    Have a nice day.

    Mandy ;)

  • Comment number 12.

    Hello to everyone from beautiful sunny North Cornwall.
    Alive and Kicking-Simple Minds
    Baba O Riley - The Who
    Baby Cakes - 3 of a kind
    Baby Jane - Rod Stewart
    Cherry o baby - UB40
    Doctor Doctor - THompson TWins
    For your babies - Simply Red
    Jesus to a child - George Michael
    Manchild - Nenah Cherry
    I got u babe - UB40

  • Comment number 13.

    YOU MUST HAVE BEEN A BEAUTIFUL BABY - DEAN MARTIN

    THE MIRACLE - QUEEN

    STAND AND DELIVER - ADAM AND THE ANTS Ha!

  • Comment number 14.

    Flo, just looked back at previous blog and your photos. They are great! You make me feel very jealous being by the sea. I do miss that :(

  • Comment number 15.

    Morning Simon, team, NYM, Matt of the BAIU, and hitchhiking bloggers

    Apologies for absence, I have a note, will explain a little later after the stampede...

    HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT - Sammi Smith (or Tammy Wynette)

    HELP! - The Beatles

    I WANNA HOLD YOUR HAND - Beatles

    ALIVE AND KICKING - Simple Minds

    LIFE'S A GAS - T Rex

  • Comment number 16.

    B-A-B-Y.....CARLA THOMAS

  • Comment number 17.

    RELAX! - Frankie Goes to Hollywood

  • Comment number 18.

    Good Morning Simon, Team and Blogpoppets

    Haven't got much time - hitting the ground running at work (and I've already been interrupted twice while composing this post). I have tweeted my suggestions though, they are:

    SIGNED SEALED DELIVERED by Stevie Wonder

    STAND AND DELIVER by Adam and the Ants

    BE MY BABY by the Ronettes

    FOR YOUR BABIES by Simply Red

    GEE BABY by Peter Shelley

    ~X~

  • Comment number 19.

    I'M COMING OUT - Diana Ross

    SHOUT TO THE TOP - Style Council

  • Comment number 20.

    HUSH - Kula Shaker

    Must be orf now, back later

    Good day all - was blue and sunny here, now foggy and murky :(( Maybe it's the smoke from his Lordship's science experiments

    JBG

  • Comment number 21.

    Morning all!
    Had a lovely weekend the highlight of which was a family get-together on Sunday afternoon to celebrate cherubs Confirmation. Was really touched by my Mums gift, which was a pendant and chain given to her 75 years ago when she make her own Confirmation. An item to be treasured indeed.

    Much food was prepared and consumed, and I now have a fridge full of assorted left-overs which are sure to be cleaned up by the minded childred who are round for tea today.

    Trying to think of something orriginal for todays subject and having trouble, so im going to suggest the song that was playing on the radio when cherub was born.

    THANK YOU -DIDO

    Have always felt it was somewhat appropriate :-)
    A happy Monday to one and all
    ~gill~

  • Comment number 22.

    Last few from me ...

    BORN TO BE ALIVE - PATRICK HERNANDEZ

    YOU'RE HAVING MY BABY - PAUL ANKA

    LABOUR OF LOVE - HUE AND CRY

    BORN SLIPPY - UNDERWORLD - No chance of being played but an appropriate title all the same!

    Off to get busy now.
    Happy Monday!
    Jx

  • Comment number 23.

    Thought of a couple of others:

    CLASSICAL GAS - Mason Williams ( Love to be able to play this on the guitar)
    GASOLINE ALLEY BRED - The Hollies

    Mandy ;)

  • Comment number 24.

    Good morning,

    IT'S ALL OVER NOW by The Rolling Stones (for that moment of relief when the little poppet lets out their first cry - but little do we know it's actually just the start)

    TWIST AND SHOUT by The Beatles

    (YOU MAKE ME FEEL LIKE) A NATURAL WOMAN by Carole King (for all those natural childbirths)
    #8 Belated Happy Birthday Shona. Sorry but I missed POTP - did you get a birthday mensh? Oh, and I see Roberta Flack is on your list. Best I get the tissues out again then.

    #21 Gill, What a great suggestion.

  • Comment number 25.

    # 14 Shona, I understand your envy! A two-minute drive in the car, or a ten-minute walk with the dogs and I can be on this beach... and it is this clean in the summer, as a tractor goes along first thing every morning gathering up the seaweed.

    http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7195/6829514078_16e19305e0_b.jpg

  • Comment number 26.

    #24 Many thanks Julia. Don't think I got a menshe on POTPs but I did get a nice birthday reply to a tweet from Uncle Tony on Saturday night :))

  • Comment number 27.

    #25 That's fantastic Flo XX

  • Comment number 28.

    Good morning everyone.

    I woke up with Vanessa Feltz this morning, telling me how she'd spent her weekend. Apparently, she attended a party and one of the activities organised was a old-fashioned sing-a-long around the piano. She commented that two of her colleagues from Radio2 were also in attendance, Anneka Rice and Simon Mayo, and that Anneka had a lovely singing voice. I wondered if this meant that Simon's singing voice leaves something to desired? I think we need to be told ;-)

    Have a great day.

  • Comment number 29.

    Morning one and all......................bit misty here...............oldies today............

    STAND AND DELIVER - ADAM AND THE ANTS

    LABOUR OF LOVE - HUE AND CRY

    WITH THESE HANDS - TOM JONES

    BORN AT THE RIGHT TIME - PAUL SIMON

    BABY LOVE - THE SUPREMES

    ISN'T SHE LOVELY - STEVIE WONDER

    I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND - THE BEATLES

    PUSH IT - SALT N PEPA

    BREATHE - PINK FLOYD

    BOUNCING BABY - TEARDROP EXPLODES


    Dougal x...................................................................................................

    P.S Hope everyone is fine and dandy today...................................................

  • Comment number 30.

    A very belated Good Morning!

    Green Boxes!

    While I've been trying to post - most of my suggestions have been covered -
    but there's always -

    HERE COMES MY BABY - Tremeloes

    CALL ME - Blondie

    STOP YOUR SOBBIN' - Pretenders

  • Comment number 31.

    A couple more.....

    BABY BABY CAN'T YOU HEAR MY HEARTBEAT ~ Goldie and The Gingerbreads

    HERE COMES MY BABY ~ The Tremeloes

    CLASSICAL GAS ~ Mason Williams

    THE AIR THAT I BREATHE ~ The Hollies

  • Comment number 32.

    BILLY SWAN - I Can Help

    PATRICK HERNANDEZ - Born to Be Alive

    SPENCER DAVIS GROUP - Somebody Help Me

    BEGGAR & CO - Somebody Help Me Out

    STATUS QUO - Something 'Bout You Baby I Like

    TONI BRAXTON - Breathe Again

    And finally from me, it's all very well having towels, but haven't you forgotten something?
    LEVEL 42 - Hot Water

    A belated Happy Birthday, Shona. Hope you had a great day.

  • Comment number 33.

    STAND & DELIVER by ADAM & THE ANTS

  • Comment number 34.

    Hi all

    Scream by Michael and Janet Jackson

    Thanks

  • Comment number 35.

    #32 Thank you Driver. X

    My banana this morning came in the form of a little pot of grapes. Feeling very pleased with myself *grins smugly*

  • Comment number 36.

    Morning everyone. Still a bit overcast here and I think it is due to remain so unfortunately. Good luck Simon - always a joy to see smiling faces enthralled by your every word first thing in the morning - I'm sure you'll be fabulously entertaining but I want to know why my school isn't on your visit list (off to see the librarian!).

    Midwife suggestions:
    Baby I Love You - The Ramones
    Born to be My Baby - Bon Jovi
    Something for the Pain - Bon Jovi
    Born This Way - Lady Gaga
    God Bless the Child - Bille Holliday
    Pray - Take That

  • Comment number 37.

    Morning all. Good choice for the theme tonight - just catching up with the prog and think it's great!

    Here's my selection of oldies:
    Against All Odds - Phil Collins
    Baby I Love Your Way - Peter Frampton
    Baggy Trousers - Madness
    Circle of Life - Elton John
    Don't Stop - Fleetwood Mac
    For Your Babies - Simply Red
    He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother - The Hollies
    I'm Free - The Who
    Living Thing - ELO
    Pencil Full Of Lead - Paolo Nutini
    Rock Your Baby - George McCrea
    Isn't She Lovely - Stevie Wonder

  • Comment number 38.

    PAIN by BETTY WRIGHT
    SKWEEZE ME PLEEZE ME by SLADE

  • Comment number 39.

    A few more for the melting pot..................................

    DOING IT ALL FOR MY BABY - HUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS

    HERE COMES MY BABY - THE TREMOLOES

    RIP IT UP - ORANGE JUICE..........lots of sheets required!

    SHOUT - TEARS FOR FEARS

    NEW BORN - MUSE

    Dougal x................................................................

  • Comment number 40.

    Have to admit that the Call the Midwife series has not attracted me, although Mrs Vildeen has thoroughly enjoyed it, but have in passing noticed it was set in a convent so suggest

    SISTERS OF MERCY - LEONARD COHEN
    SISTER JOSEPHINE - JAKE THAKERY

  • Comment number 41.

    Mmmmm, iconic Jenny Agutter films? Can I add Logan's Run to the list, with *that* little dress?

  • Comment number 42.

    Morning

    Hopefully not already mentioned, i'll try

    Baby can i hold you-Nei Diamond

    Sweet child of mine-Guns N' Roses.

  • Comment number 43.

    Just thought of another, from Easy Rider....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMy3AbpkYvw

    THE WEIGHT ~ The Band

  • Comment number 44.

    Or

    Could be risky

    Kidz - Take That!

    And

    Baby(you got what it takes) - Michael Buble.

  • Comment number 45.

    With reference to Simon's blog I'm rather envious of his being at the Douglas Adams event. The HHGTTG 'trilogy' (in five parts) is a huge favourite of mine, and to know that the HeeBeeGeeBees reformed for the occasion made me smile. Musical parodies at their absolute finest. I still have both their albums!

  • Comment number 46.

    hi all

    YOUR HAVING MY BABY-PAUL ANKA

  • Comment number 47.

    A little late for suggestions but how about:

    ANNIE, I'M NOT YOUR DADDY by KID CREOLE AND THE COCONUTS

    if only for the line:

    "See, if I was in your blood then you wouldn't be so ugly"

  • Comment number 48.

    GET ME TO THE WORLD ON TIME - ELECTRIC PRUNES

    GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE - CLIFF BENNET & REBEL ROUSERS

  • Comment number 49.

    Morning all from a beautiful sunny Horsforth. Jenny Agutter - wasn't she in 'An American Werewolf in London'? Ah yes, Mr Aquaplane's got that glazed look in his eyes again.....

    Well - here's one that the Togmeister used to play a lot:

    BABY, NOW THAT I'VE FOUND YOU - ALISON KRAUSS & UNION STATION.

    For the episode involving the little Irish lass. Really moving.

  • Comment number 50.

    Hi all again!

    Wasn't Jenny Agutter lusted after by teenage boys?

    More choons:

    BREATHE AGAIN - Toni Braxton
    SCREAM IF YOU WANNA GO FASTER - Geri Halliwell
    HEAL THE PAIN - Elton John
    NEEDLES AND PINS - The Searchers
    NIGHT NURSE - Simply Red
    THE EARTH DIES SCREAMING - UB40
    MAMA - The Spice Girls
    DADDY COOL - Boney M
    MA HE'S MAKING EYES AT ME - Lena Zavaroni
    MY EYES ADORED YOU - Frankie Valli
    BABY BABY - Amy Grant
    DADDYS HOME - Cliff Richard
    HOLD ME NOW - Thompson Twins

    Oh well, times up.

    Laters

    Mandy ;)

  • Comment number 51.

    #50, Yes she was and I wouldn't say the past tense is entirely necessary. It continued right up to, well, er... what time is it now? :o)

  • Comment number 52.

    Never had kids but am told 'The Drugs Don't Work' by the Verve!! Was foggy then sunny then foggy again on this part of the coast PCmum!

  • Comment number 53.

    Simon, I wish you were speaking at my boy's school today and btw, we love the Itch!

    Carly Simon - Coming Around Again / Itsy Bitsy Spider

    Have a decent Monday everyone,
    LB, x

  • Comment number 54.

    Gone a bit quiet in here this afternoon ....

    I'm a bit ashamed to say I've never read HGTTG and feel as though I really should remedy that. I've got 4 books by my bed at the moment and haven't managed to crack the spine on any of them in the last 3 weeks. It's a bit of a case of bed...sleep..alarm..work..bed..sleep at the moment. However Easter hols are coming up and that's usually a good time for a literary catch-up (mind you 2 of the books are for book clubs which meet before the end of the month hmmmm).

    Anyone else got books they've never read but really feel they should/want to read but just haven't got round to?

  • Comment number 55.

    #54

    A book I tried really hard to read was 'Captain Corelli's Mandolin' by
    Louis de Bernieres.

    Thought it would be easy after seeing the film.

    Not so....coudn't get past the first 30 pages.

    Then found out they changed the ending in the film!

    Probably should try again...

    :(

  • Comment number 56.

    Never read it, and didn't "get" the TV show either.

    I have a print copy of Ivanhoe, and en electric copy on my tablet, and keep promising myself that I'll get round to reading it, but never have. I still have a book about the Sky road cycling team project to read, and a couple of thrillers to read too. By which time no doubt the next Jack Reacher will be out and I'll be wanting to read that. Assuming Tom Cruise hasn't destroyed the Reacher "thing" and put me off them by then :-)

    So Ivanhoe might get back in the diary some time in 2013. I've read the first few pages a number of times, but they don't really grab me the way a decent thriller does. Hence it works it's way back to the bottom of the pile.

  • Comment number 57.

    Its way too late but I've only just logged on and I would have plumped for:

    HERE IT COMES AGAIN: Dolly Parton

  • Comment number 58.

    Good Afternoon Each! I find myself in a state of envy for Simons night out yesterday. I love HGTTG, it contains my favourite line ever written in English. It is the description of the Vogon Constructor Fleet, as they prepare to destroy the earth,thus...

    "The ships hung in the sky in much the same way that bricks don't" Pure genius.

    Incidentally, weren't the HeeBeeGeeBees actually Angus Deayton and some of his buddies?

  • Comment number 59.

    I've been out this afternoon and thought I would come back to page 2 of the blog but maybe everyone's been busy this afternoon. I can't believe it's almost 5pm.

    3-word Monday.... "Judie Tzuke Tonight"

    I think Simon has a bit of a soft spot for her!

    xx

  • Comment number 60.

    I've never read HGTTG either. I did watch some of the TV series ages and ages ago and remember laughing and thinking it was very clever humour.

    #54 There are lots of books I have been meaning to read for ages and a few I've started and just couldn't stick with #55 - judith - CCM was one of them for me too!

  • Comment number 61.

    I'm still being plagued by the boxes, is that why is it so quiet today? Or maybe people are just making the most of a nice day.

    Nice to hear Dirk Thrust get a mensh for Depeche Mode.

  • Comment number 62.

    I wonder where my baby is tonight? Kinks

  • Comment number 63.

    Good to hear Dirk Thrust mentioned!!!

    Just listening to the hamster confession, like Sal, I'm not so sure a 7-year old boy would know the difference between a male and female hamster... a friend of mine has a Hamster and doesn't know if it's a boy or girl and the same with her previous one so they both had unisex names!

  • Comment number 64.

    I just haven't met you yet - Michael Buble!

    Kept going through my head whilst pregnant, especially the 11 days past the due date!

  • Comment number 65.

    #54 #60 ditto on both counts!
    I gave up on Ian McEwan's Enduring love....I really didn't care about the main character or their fate! I almost gave in on Madame Bovary but went back to be sure she got her comeuppance!

    PSL x

  • Comment number 66.

    . . . o o O O o o . . . . o o o O O O o o o . . . o o o O O o o . .

  • Comment number 67.

    Is this the oldest song we've had on the blog......?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rr_DTozbH8E

  • Comment number 68.

    John was that you blowing bubbles? ;)

  • Comment number 69.

    hi all not many post today in fact its been quite 4 the last few days,my prepaid card still hasnt arrived its been more than 10 days now.

    florence from the last blog,i have noticed a pattern on dancing on ice, soap stars and reality tv people always seem to get through and that louie whats he doing on there what does he know about ice skateing

  • Comment number 70.

    Good Morning Poppeteers

    A busy afternoon and evening prevented me from a chat with you ;(

    HGTTG . I seem to remember watching the TV series but have never read the book. Was that the programme where the meaning of life was 6x7 (42)?

    Someone sent a copy of One Day to me which I have never got round to reading and I think it may have been made into a film now. Unless anyone here tells me it's a good read, I'm sure it will remain on the book shelf.

    Hope to see you over the page.

    Shona x

  • Comment number 71.

    Good Morning All

    Another busy day for me today - I'll be interviewing for most of it. Will try and poop by if I can. I feel that I'm neglecting the blog at the moment, so apologies for that. I'm sure normal service will be resumed in due course.

    Really enjoyed the Jenny Agutter interview last night. And well done to Florence and Driver for the menshes.

    Books I own but not read - 'Lovely Bones' by Alice Sebold. I heard it was really sad, and couldn't bring myself to start it. I will one day though...

    ~X~

  • Comment number 72.

    Good morning everyone.

    #70 Shona, it's a good read :-)

    See you on the new blog.

  • Comment number 73.

    Morning everyone

    Like you Deebee, I also enjoyed hearing Jenny Agutter last night, especially as I was listening in the car and always enjoy Simon's show on car journeys as the drive never seems as long.

    It surprised me hearing my Tremeloes 'Baby' tune mensh and well done to The Driver for his song choice, on a show of few names mentioned for any song. Last week the songs seemed to be shared by several people!

    xx

 

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