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The Press and Journal (Inverness, Highlands, and Islands) - - AGENDA -

“It makes my tummy go giddy when I think about the first show - I just want to get on with it right now”

- Broad­caster Zoe Ball, left, who had anx­i­ety dreams about her first stint host­ing the BBC Ra­dio 2 Break­fast Show on Mon­day.

“I was brought up in south Wales, and peo­ple are bril­liant. You met such bril­liant peo­ple who don’t know that they’re funny, who just don’t know that what they’re say­ing is hi­lar­i­ous” -

Ac­tress Ruth Jones.

“I was a Chris­tian when I was young and didn’t know any bet­ter. And I once went to a con­fer­ence about cur­ing gay­ness – all it did was re­in­force my shame” - Il­lu­sion­ist Der­ren Brown. “Prime min­is­ter’s ques­tions has be­come a lu­di­crous, abu­sive, scream­ing match full of in­sults and con­tempt. Some­times it’s worse than that and the con­fronta­tion is pre­med­i­tated” - Baroness (Kar­ren) Brady.

“Gyms are full of mo­rons who would be bet­ter off in the li­brary work­ing on their IQ” - Broad­caster Jeremy Clark­son.

“Be­ing al­lowed on the ra­dio is a priv­i­lege and an hon­our. I cup the mi­cro­phone like it’s a pre­cious Faberge egg each time I en­ter a stu­dio to re­mind my­self never to take such a gift for granted” - Broad­caster Chris Evans.

“For­get try­ing to be sexy. That’s just grue­some” - Ac­tor Colin Firth, above

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