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Saturday, May 06, 2006

Noel under fire

I have just found this appalling report by journalist Rachel Cooke, which was published by The Observer in January. I think its worth reading just to see how wrong this woman got it. She didn't understand the show, her memories of Noel Edmonds are of Mutlti-Coloured Swap Shop and Noel's House Party, which she presumeably watched as a child. She didn't understand that Noel presented these shows from a base of decades of broadcasting into the nation's breakfast kitchens on radio - most people were in on the jokes.

Noel proves daily that he is in a class of his own, and when Terry Wogan finally hangs up his headphones the BBC are going to have to grovel like Jack Straw to win back Terry's natural replacement.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

dude - easy on the insults.
rachel cooke is an excellent journalist, very natural and light in her style.
i think noel comes over very human in the piece with all the foibles and warmth we all know he has.

√Ćain said...

Anonymous (I wish everybody would give names to their comments, I am not going to track you down and murder your children...probably), I have reviewed the article by Rachel Cooke again following your comment above, and taken out certain phrases from my orginal post as a consequence, I had written in haste - I apologise to both Ms Cooke, and worms.

The article is still, in my opinion, very poor, giving a greater insight into Ms Cooke's immature personality than it does about its purported subject.