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by sjhoward

This is the 801st post. It was published at 23:29 on Tuesday, 17th January 2006.

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Whoever wrote the script for tonight’s Six needs to be sacked.

[In reference to prostitution] Fiona Mactaggart went out with police to experience the problem first-hand

Is that not libellous?

Even if it’s not, why on Earth did the next item need a live from inside a waste incinerator, with a noisy crane operating in the background? What did that add to the story? Not to mention that the package following opened with a lengthy shot of someone putting some rubbish in a bin. Just in case we didn’t know what rubbish was.

I’m not normally one to moan about these things, but that was, frankly, ridiculous.

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