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But as the following tales will attest, exhausted hosts, nutty members of the public and clueless politicians have made for some radio-mishap gold! Too Much Time on Their Hands Imagine the scene: you’re fifteen, you have no money and you’re really, really bored. You’re sitting in the kitchen with your best friend while a terrible local radio station plays in the background. Suddenly, you get an idea – what if you rang the station for a dedication and called yourself by a funny name? I. P. Freely ‘OK, let’s get to our first dedication: “Dear Chris, please say a big hello to Connie Lingus, who’s sixty-nine on Tuesday.
Contestant: Yup, yup. Ainsley Harriott: Ooh, that’s always good, I like a girl who likes a black sausage [raises eyebrow at camera]. Can’t Cook, Won’t Cook, BBC One Pooooeeeee! It’s hard to maintain your decorum when faced with a nasty honk – especially if you’re live on television. Just thank the Lord smell-o-vision hasn’t been invented yet! ’ VETERAN BROADCASTER DAVID FROST An assault on the senses Pregnant newscaster Kate Silverton nearly vomited during an interview with British comedian David Walliams during an interview on the BBC’s News 24 channel in 2011.
I’m Jonathan Charles, kept hidden for almost two decades and forced to bear children. BBC World News 2. Try not to fumble your words News host: Thank you very much, Rob. I’m back with a look at the head-weather …with the headlines …after a look at …the weather, with Rob McCowd …er …McCowdrey. Oh. God. BBC World Service Television 3. Do your homework President Obama [after confirming the death of Osama bin Laden] : … May God bless the United States of America. Fox News host: President Obama, speaking from the east room of the White House, telling us, the nation and the world, President Obama is, in fact, dead.