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By Daley Mayle
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I bet he's a real party pooper in Chez Hitchens when Jools' Annual Hootenanny starts on the TV at midnight. He probably sits in the corner reading a newspaper and rustling it in a passive aggressive way when Jools is skipping around the set and introducing the guests for the night. 'You do realise,' Pete will growl, 'that this is pre-recorded?'
 
By Boiler
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He does know about the Scots and Hogmanay, right?

I remember when January 1st was still a working day in England. Everybody says 1974 was when it became an English bank holiday but yet my brother moved into one of his houses on 1/1/90?
 
By Big Arnold
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PETER HITCHENS: Here's a real mystery for Poirot, why do we pay the BBC to insult us?
I didn't see it, and the reviews aren't good. But am I insulted? No.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/arti ... lt-us.html
 
By Boiler
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Funnily enough, I was about to say much the same thing; the reviews on the Torygraph site of the actual programme appear favourable at first glance though? (I don't subscribe)
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