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  • On 18 Doughty st, again

    by Sunny
    29th November, 2006 at 5:22 pm    

    I’ll be on the excellent current affairs internet television station: 18 Doughty Street, in the evening from 9pm. Joining me, I believe, will be Ali Miraj.

    Update: you can watch the video from here. Iain Dale says: “It was one of our best ever programmes!”

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    1. Leon — on 29th November, 2006 at 5:41 pm  

      Not sure I’d call it excellent (found it fairly boring when I’ve watched tbh) but good luck! Remember to breath when you start to make your points.;)

    2. Leon — on 29th November, 2006 at 5:44 pm  

      Oooh! I just realised I’ve got internet at home again so will be able to watch! Might logon to their msn to throw questions/points at the guests.:D

    3. Anas — on 29th November, 2006 at 5:52 pm  

      What are the viewing figures for that? Not high I’d have thought.

      Iain Dale reminds me of Tim McInnery’s portrayal of that sleazy Tory MP in the BBC’s recent adaptation of the Line of Beauty. Ugh, there’s just something unpleasant about that guy, can’t put my finger on it.

    4. Leon — on 29th November, 2006 at 5:58 pm  

      I’ve been wondering about their viewing figures too. No idea tbh. Would be interesting to see if the figures are rising or not. I know from reading Dales blog that his pages views are down since he started on 18D (at least for the month of October).

    5. Leon — on 29th November, 2006 at 9:09 pm  

      Wow, they’ve finally got themselves a better looking set (nice colours and actually looks comfortable).

    6. Anas — on 29th November, 2006 at 10:34 pm  

      Sunny reminds me of someone I can’t put my finger on who.

    7. Riz — on 30th November, 2006 at 12:05 pm  

      18 D Street says of last night’s show: ‘I reckon it was our best show yet’. Good stuff indeed.

      I missed it because I was shamefully watching Steven Seagal in ‘Out for a Kill’. I’m trying to find the recording but can’t seem to access it on their website. Does anyone have the link?

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