The moment when the lights went out

The perils of live broadcasting. Mark Devenport and I had agreed that once more than half of the Assembly results were in, we would take off our jackets in the hot studio. But just as Mark Carruthers began to ask what we would take off when three-quarters of the results came in, we were interrupted…

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  1. One reads of zealous fans complicating Morris’s work by bombarding African television stations with phone calls and e-mails and sometimes citing his name. This is on top of conditions in the field, of which I only know through Google search on place names and of which you have closer to a practical experience than I do.

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