IN THE BELLY OF THE BEAST

Just as a point of interest, I will be reviewing tomorrow’s papers on BBC R5 Live tonight at 11.30pm. First time I have had the chance to do this so tune in you get the chance or even phone in. I’ll be on for half an hour.

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17 Responses to IN THE BELLY OF THE BEAST

  1. Span Ows says:

    Please, please…if they pass you a copy of the Guardian just toss it over your shoulder and say “I think we’ve had enough of that”

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    • The Beebinator says:

      ask them if you can take the Guardian home so you can wipe your arse with it, although it might leave more shit on your botty

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  2. Martin says:

    Yes just select stories from the Telegraph and the Mail, by the way is that with that moron Colin Patterson or is fatty Nolan back on?

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  3. john in cheshire says:

    David why don’t you review some of the postings on our favourite blogs? Wattsupwiththat, Autonomous Mind, EUReferendum, Orphans of Liberty, The Boiling Frog, Witterings from Witney spring to mind. The Taxpayers Alliance, MigrationWatch wouldn’t go amiss.

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  4. David vance says:

    Martin

    It’s neither! It’s presented by Jonathan Overend.

    Thanks for the suggestions…. :-D

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    • Millie Tant says:

      He’s the Beeboid Tennis Correspondent! Mind, I don’t listen to Radio 5, so I don’t know whether he is a regular presenter there in addition to his tennis duties.

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  5. Bupendra Bhakta says:

    Take care, David, I think it’s a ruse to get you there and then kick seven kinds of sh*te out of you.

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  6. cjhartnett says:

    Hope that the papers include the usual end-of-year reviews.
    In that case, the hysteria by the BBC over Murdoch will be revisited, and you can tell them that none of this would have happened with an independent Murdoch, not chained to currying favour with the last Labour lot.
    Hope too that the BBC are getting their papers delivered locally from Salford and that protection for car parks and drug distribution are not part of the BBCs deal for the licence fee being maintained!

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    • DJ says:

      Yep, good point. If you get all your info from the BBC you’d be hard pushed to know that the ‘NOTW deleted Milly Dowler’s e-mails’ story was a hoax.

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  7. david butler says:

    how about asking where the news headline “maggie refused to support managed decline of Liverpool and supported development and investment” hmm these news stories so easily manipulated eh

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  8. hippiepooter says:

    Look forward to your take DV, and look forward to your take on how things were ‘in the belly of the beast’.  For me 5Live is the part fo the belly where the food goes in, R4 is where the food goes out.

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  9. Demon1001 says:

    Is there a link?  I’m disappointed to admit I only remembered at 11:55 – a bit late.

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  10. noggin says:

    a couple of notes, (1hr 53) shaun gadd, is shut down (after stating el beeb is a propaganda outfit, with its own  agenda, pushing the climate change scam), immediately by the presenter
    … ahhh! every now & again eh! :-D  …

    giggling straight after.. at the hilarious “damaging”  the ahem! “good reputation ” of the met narrative … what year is it? :-D

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  11. sue says:

    Someone please tell Angus Crawford how to pronounce exemplary.
    (clue. It’s not exemply)

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  12. Lloyd says:

    I look forward to it. I will be half way through my mammoth 20 hour shift, about that time.

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