Another radio update

As highlighted on LDV last week, Lib Dem deputy leader Vince Cable was Kirsty Young’s guest on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs, broadcast on Sunday, repeated Friday (9.00 am), and available online during transmission (but not, I’m afraid, via ‘Listen Again’).

His musical choices are on the Beeb’s website here. His top book and luxury item?

Book: A Brief History of Time – Stephen Hawking
Luxury: An Aston Martin car

His appearance generated a fair few headlines:

‘Two rings’ Cable is Mr Romantic (The Times);
Cable reveals his speedy ambition (BBC Online);
Cable tells of being disowned by father (The Guardian); and
Cable reveals love, loss and romance in radio interview (Scotland on Sunday).

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