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Ian Jones , Graham Kibble-White
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Table of Contents

Contents
Acknowledgements
1 "The last new thing in television"
2 "People just write to say, ‘You make me feel so happy’"
3 "Who wants to watch Yehudi Menuhin at breakfast time?"
4 "Nothing should run for more than four minutes"
5 "A complete and utter disgraceful debacle"
6 "I shouldn’t think I’ll be asked to interview Gorbachev straight away"
7 "Like falling off a log—if you can do it"
8 "I know a lot of people can’t stand me"
9 "Did you get the package from Ronnie Kray?"
10 "It had become like being in the Politburo"
11 "Whatever it is, just make it stand out"
12 "That was funnier than you’ll ever know"
13 "Now breakfast TV is going to be done properly"
14 "Maybe I’ve already got the F-factor"
15 "Would a giant profit-orientated TV company lie to you?"
16 "Obscure words should be kept to a minimum"
17 "A very happy ship"
18 "There is life in the old dog yet"
19 "No puppets, dancing girls or whooping crew members"
20 "Like nitro-glycerine in a spin dryer"

British Breakfast Television Personnel
Bibliography
References
Index

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