Psst – I’m on the BBC Record Review tonight

For those of you able to watch BBC Parliament, I’ll be appearing on tonight’s The Record Review (11pm, 12.30am, 5am etc) reporting back on this week’s first PMQs of 2009. For those of you, like me, who can’t get BBC Parliament on your telly, it’s available on iPlayer here after transmission for a week.

And it may only be a few minutes long, but, believe me, it took over an hour standing in the freezing cold to film.

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2 Comments

  • I watched your segment on The Record Review. Your performance was poised and confident.

    There is one possible answer to the issue, raised by Nick Clegg in that segment, of why the banks were not lending. Those banks which have preference stock owned by government have to pay out money to the government first.

    Do you think the BBC is likely to invite you back to comment on specific issues?

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