Saturday, January 27, 2007

News 24 Tonight

I'm doing the paper review on News 24 tonight at 11.45pm if you're at all interested. Forgive the new short haircut. My regular hairdresser is away, and as I was starting to look like a shaggy dog I thought I'd better do something about it. Oh dear.

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can't wait.

Anonymous said...

PS Does this haircut make you look more or less like a paedophile as identified by the sane man "Crap" or "Brad" or "Chad" or somesuch four letter word over at UKIP comedy central?

Anonymous said...

please, please be sure to raise this story -

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=431932&in_page_id=1770

My sheer joy at humiliating the English... by Gordon Brown

He claimed Scotland were the real world champions because they beat Bobby Moore's heroes soon afterwards. And he revelled in the 'sheer joy of defeating the English at their own game'.

The Chancellor also saluted Scottish hooligans who tore up the Wembley turf and broke the crossbar after another victory over the English.

In an article entitled Why Scotland Means The World To Me, self-proclaimed "Tartan Army" member Mr Brown invokes ancient battlefield defeats by the English at Flodden and Culloden to explain why he enjoyed beating the Auld Enemy at football so much.

Anonymous said...

Actually, your hair was an improvement, but that shirt ! I expected you to start singing the lumberjack song from Monty Python.

Anonymous said...

Oh dear, Iain,

Doesn't that shirt just shout 'Duelling Banjoes'?

Anonymous said...

I heard you this time Iain
I thought I had a fault on my tv but it was just Iain's shirt :-)

Anonymous said...

you must stop wearing that multi-coloured tie

Anonymous said...

As this blog is a non event :-)
I had a look at 10:11
I think our chancellor should slit his wrist's talk about looking bothway's

Anonymous said...

I noticed the other day that you are a lot like Risk Stein the amiable sea food chef and West Country luminary

NORFOLK said-Actually, your hair was an improvement, but that shirt !

Now he has to be gay. yes?Liberal probably its compulsory for them

Anonymous said...

Blogged it with some pics here. The check shirt and the cheque) got a mention. And the haircut naturally. Whatever I may have said in my blog and more particularly above) about the scurilous UKIP allegations the only convicted paedophile I know usually had a haircut more like this New 24 one than the one on the Diary.

Anonymous said...

Those open brackets have been ignored ... Blogger aaaaargh ...

Anonymous said...

Sorry to disappoint you and break a few hearts, but I am very much heterosexual, I just have great taste in clothes ;-)

newmania said...

N-I am very much heterosexual.


"the straight choice " you mean ,give it a few years and the truth will come out.Meanwhile I suppose we can assume that the Dale is engaged in his absinthe soaked sherbert sipping dalliance with a golden nubian boy .
He`s not posting anyway. Grrrrr

Curly said...

Judging by your lack of activity this morning, I guess you must be as sick of Blogger as I am! I've set up a new blog on Wordpress as 'insurance', if Blogger does eventually force me onto the new format and I don't like it, at least I have somewhere else to go.

Anonymous said...

Sad that dave can't make up his mind on gay adopttion-or is he afraid of upsetting huncky duncky?
Or is it that the focus group have not yet spoken?
Reminds you a bit of that old one------I used to be indecisive but now i'm not so sure.
Wonder how goes the piste in Davos?

Anonymous said...

11:28 AM
I get the impression that Dave doesnt's want to be PM ,he seems to hate tv ,now Thatcher she really screwed us and asset stripped all our public companies,but she used tv ?

Anonymous said...

Newmania: As you believe Iain Dale looks like Rick Stein and he is a proud Jack Russell owner do you think you could find a useful Tory MP to blog an EDM in the House pointing this out? Possibly a mention of the check shirt and how this will put back adoption of digital TV by five years?

Anonymous said...

Did you cut your own hair?

Anonymous said...

Iain - didn't you feel just a tad under-dressed compared with the other two?
I assume the Beeb were putting you up for the night so doubtless the shirt (which looked like Ben Sherman remainder stock) doubled as pyjamas.

Iain Dale said...

Ok, I admit it. the shirt was a mistake. Won't happen again. Promise.

And who says I wear pyjamas? :)

Hair was fine but that shirt said...

Look Iain it has been said, but that shirt!!! If Big brother had not been in the news then your shirt would have caused a major talking point!