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    Default Question Time the fourth.

    Last question was:-

    How would you like to be remembered?

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    As a cocksmith.

    Digestives - plain or choccy?

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    Chocolate covered.


    What's your favourite biscuit?

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    Puppy Chow.


    Given the nature of the Question Time threads, shouldn't they really be in the Crooked World forum?

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    Possibly, but this is their spiritual home. It's got squatter's rights.

    Have you ever been in an abandoned building?
    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Oh yes, it's fascinating having a poke around an old building.


    What would you like to poke around in?

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    Ian Levine's draws. Purely to see if he's got Fury stashed away somewhere.

    Bread - white or brown?

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    I bet he'll be glad to show the fury he has down his drawers, and let you poke around all you want...

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    I like brown bread better, but sometimes it's great to have white.

    What would be your ultimate job?

    Si xx

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    I'd love to do most things I'm not doing now - I've always had a hankering to do manual work, outside and exercising, like a hod-carrier or something. And secretely I'd love to be an actor too, it sounds so interesting. Or run a farm. If only I'd had a clearer idea at school.

    Is water over-priced?

    Si.

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    if we're talking bottled water then yes...


    orange juice or ribeena..?

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    Frankly, anything but ribena.

    Do you consider yourself to be a religious person?

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    Not really. I used to classify myself as agnostic, but I think at heart I'm just an atheist who'd really like to be proven wrong.

    Barr Doctor Who, which telly programme do you never miss?

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    Nothing that I am desparate to see- it's just telly.

    QI is one I try to catch though.


    Is Stephen Fry quite remarkably brilliant, or incredibly overrated?

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    Stephen Fry is quite remarkably brilliant, FACT!


    I'm quite a fan of his brilliance, are you?

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    Brilliance is brilliant. Splendid in fact.

    Isn't SPLENDID a wonderful word to say and hear?

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    Oh it is a splendid word.


    Do you use Tmesis in every day chat?

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    No.

    What does it mean?

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    It's what your brother says if you're playing frisby with him and another gentleman and you have a look of indecision on your face.

    Have you ever watched "Mister Maker" on CBeebies?
    Dennis, Francois, Melba and Smasher are competing to see who can wine and dine Lola Whitecastle and win the contract to write her memoirs. Can Dennis learn how to be charming? Can Francois concentrate on anything else when food is on the table? Will Smasher keep his temper under control?

    If only the 28th century didn't keep popping up to get in Dennis's way...

    #dammitbrent



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    No, but I can't imagine it can be as good as "The Shiny Show" (invisible squirrels!).

    Bod or Aunt Flo?

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    Bod. I loved Bod when I was a kid. Aunt Flo had a great theme though. Actually so did Bod.

    What was your favourite BBC lunchtime children's show?

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    I used to love Pipkins when I was very small, with Hartley Hare. Also Bagpuss, Trumpton, Camberwick Green, Chigley...& loads more.


    Same question again.

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    Being nitpicky, wasn't Pipkins ITV rather than BBC? But I do remember it vividly, and still occasionally say "It's time..." and then make the noise of a hundred clocks.

    Anyway, after a moment's pause to take m'medication, my answer would have to be: Ivor the Engine. Gay welsh agenda or not, it was lovely, and the music heard today is just so evocative. "It wasn't a very big railway, but it was there railway, and besides it was all there was" - or something.

    One for the anoraks - which working title for a Doctor Who story do you actually prefer to the title broadcast (eg, Vampire in Space, The Planet that Slept, etc, etc, etc, blah, blah)?

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    Probably Andrew, but I was very small when it was on so you'll have forgive me for not knowing.

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    I'm younger than you are (allegedly!) and I knew!

    No matter, back to the question. What was it again? Ah yes. I preferred The Catacombs Of Death to The Masque Of Mandragora and The Exxilons to Death To The Daleks. So there!

    Where's the place you love to be the most?

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