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In article <Pine.3.89.9605131436.B7143-0100000@ness.maths>, Gabriel
Carlyle <carlyle@maths.ox.ac.uk> writes
>This probably won't make much sense to those of you who don't have
>to Radio 4 but on today's Archer's repeat Shuula (spelling ?) Hebden
>playing Gould's recording of Brahm's Ballade no. 1 in d minor in the 
>background prior to her big dust-up with Simon Pemberton. Did anybody 
>else notice this ?

I missed the assault scene, which provided the Guardian with almost two
pages in today's media section. Shula obviously has better taste in
music than men ! Better than Eddie's C & W anyday.

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