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15:00 Leezo off newsround
15:30: John Regis
16:00 til close: Cyrille Regis
he is embarrasingly bad
is the London correspondent! Ha!
Sorry for the misspelling lizo. I assume andi peters is too busy mourning Tony Hart (too soon?)
and is black.
I AM AWFUL
WHAT IS THE MOST AWFUL THING I CAN DO
that she's involved with doesn't she?
but where is the streaming? i can't find it. :(
not really a lot going on unless you fancy David Millaband. Which I do.
AND IT WON'T LET ME WATCH STREAMING
OH FOR FUCKS SAKE
unless they find out you're a big ireland, and refuse you UK coverage
i mean, why not get rusty lee or ian wright? JUST ANY BLACK CELEBRITY WILL DO.
Sky don't employ black reporters, I think.
we wouldn't employ a homosexual.
i thought the election wasnt about colour?
for the next couple of days. This is going to get impossibly annoying real fast.
I wish Condoleezza Rice had stood and won, then there'd be a black president, a female president, and a proven exceptionally capable president.
catch yourself on :D
I read her book on the Cold War as part of my degree. It was rubbish
I don't know it. But regardless, she's a really exceptional person. She'd be a great president for sure.
I used to run up and down that a lot when I was 7
its the most hi tech pool in europe.
if chris is cool wore a silly hat
After the 12 years of the Reagan-Bush Republican era, tomorrow's inauguration of Bill Clinton gives the United States one of those fresh starts that democratic systems desperately need - and for which human nature craves. On this side of the Atlantic we may be forgiven a powerful twinge of envy for the cleansing of the Augean stables that is taking place across the water.
In Britain, after nearly 14 years of the Thatcher-Major era, there is something of the same sense of public disenchantment with the nation's leadership that led to George Bush's defeat. But we have had no similar change since 1979, and no relief is in prospect, apart from an upturn in the economy. We are sentenced to four more years of the same, with the government showing all the signs of tiredness, insensitivity to the public mood and proneness to lapses of morality to which long tenure leads; and the prospect offered by the current Opposition lifts few spirits.
Mr Clinton will have great difficulty in fulfilling the high hopes placed in him. His gifts include great energy, determination and staying power allied to formidable intelligence and (not always a concomitant) a great willingness to learn. But his ability to make difficult decisions and choices has yet to be tested. Ruthless he undoubtedly can be, but no-one knows whether he will deploy that attribute against the right people and interest groups as they crowd in upon him. Vested interests are well represented in his cabinet, of whose 18 members 13, including himself, are lawyers."
that is all
think its her voice and general tv mannerism (this is mostly from t4). nothing to do with her looks or anything else you care to thrust upon it.
You're getting lazy, Denise.