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A red-faced BBC PR and marketing spokesman today explained Andrew Marr's repetition of a four-letter expletive on Radio 4's Start the Week programme, coming just over an hour after Radio 4 presenter James Naughtie had mispronounced minister Jeremy Hunt's surname, as a 'Country Fresh slip'.
Naughtie inadvertently used the first letter of the Culture Secretary's title to replace the 'H' in Mr Hun.....
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Registered: 1 Nov 10
Pinxit - tbh it was late and i was tired, too tied to read, but the headline alone made with 5 thumbs from me.
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Registered: 22 Feb 10
5 thumbs. (I hate saying that....I wish Mark would switch back to the bloody stars.)
Anyhoo, we have a neighbour called Paul Hunt and my husband told me that the lad was Christened Michael Paul Hunt and went by Michael until his teens, when it was shortened to MIKE....after a while...he switched to using his MIDDLE name as his 'first' name.
Sounds like an old joke, I know, but this is TRUE.
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