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A truly political lesson

Brian CurtoisOn today’s show I was privileged to meet up and chat with a legend of TV political reporting, BRIAN CURTOIS. For many years Brian was the BBC’s chief political correspondent who met and interviewed many of the key figures in government. But Brian was not only a reporter, he was also the man who was largely responsible for getting the TV cameras into Westminster so it is very much down to him that we now have the chance to see democracy in action in both Houses of Parliament.

You can listen again to all that Brian had to say here: – Brian Curtois

In the second hour of the programme we heard about the South African man suing the electric company for world_cup__pakeeping the lights ON during the 2010 World Cup. It seems he claims that this was achieved solely due to his prayers and religious devotion. Apparently he may be willing to forego his £13.8m claim if the electric company is prepared to offer him a partnership. That’s really generous of him, don’t you think?

See you again tomorrow.

Scott

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A truly political lesson

Brian CurtoisOn today’s show I was privileged to meet up and chat with a legend of TV political reporting, BRIAN CURTOIS. For many years Brian was the BBC’s chief political correspondent who met and interviewed many of the key figures in government. But Brian was not only a reporter, he was also the man who was largely responsible for getting the TV cameras into Westminster so it is very much down to him that we now have the chance to see democracy in action in both Houses of Parliament.

You can listen again to all that Brian had to say here: – Brian Curtois

In the second hour of the programme we heard about the South African man suing the electric company for world_cup__pakeeping the lights ON during the 2010 World Cup. It seems he claims that this was achieved solely due to his prayers and religious devotion. Apparently he may be willing to forego his £13.8m claim if the electric company is prepared to offer him a partnership. That’s really generous of him, don’t you think?

See you again tomorrow.

Scott

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A truly political lesson

Brian CurtoisOn today’s show I was privileged to meet up and chat with a legend of TV political reporting, BRIAN CURTOIS. For many years Brian was the BBC’s chief political correspondent who met and interviewed many of the key figures in government. But Brian was not only a reporter, he was also the man who was largely responsible for getting the TV cameras into Westminster so it is very much down to him that we now have the chance to see democracy in action in both Houses of Parliament.

You can listen again to all that Brian had to say here: – Brian Curtois

In the second hour of the programme we heard about the South African man suing the electric company for world_cup__pakeeping the lights ON during the 2010 World Cup. It seems he claims that this was achieved solely due to his prayers and religious devotion. Apparently he may be willing to forego his £13.8m claim if the electric company is prepared to offer him a partnership. That’s really generous of him, don’t you think?

See you again tomorrow.

Scott

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A truly political lesson

Brian CurtoisOn today’s show I was privileged to meet up and chat with a legend of TV political reporting, BRIAN CURTOIS. For many years Brian was the BBC’s chief political correspondent who met and interviewed many of the key figures in government. But Brian was not only a reporter, he was also the man who was largely responsible for getting the TV cameras into Westminster so it is very much down to him that we now have the chance to see democracy in action in both Houses of Parliament.

You can listen again to all that Brian had to say here: – Brian Curtois

In the second hour of the programme we heard about the South African man suing the electric company for world_cup__pakeeping the lights ON during the 2010 World Cup. It seems he claims that this was achieved solely due to his prayers and religious devotion. Apparently he may be willing to forego his £13.8m claim if the electric company is prepared to offer him a partnership. That’s really generous of him, don’t you think?

See you again tomorrow.

Scott

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