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Friday, January 20, 2006

Jon Silk, Whale Watch editor, on the BBC

4 Comments:

Anonymous Rusty said...

You are beautiful. No matter what they say.

12:10 AM  
Blogger Framescourer said...

Daniel Boettcher for the BBC has little more to say about the whale's whereabouts. However, it seems that authorities are on site ion Greenwich kitted out in wetsuits and with pontoons to refloat the whale if it becomes beached again.

www.makingthenews.org.uk

12:19 AM  
Anonymous the man from the bbc said...

You can see the whole report including the interview with Jon here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/london/realmedia/news/1830fri/bb/tvnews_16x9_bb.ram
(about 24 minutes in but better than grabbing it off BBCi)

12:34 AM  
Anonymous The man from the bbc said...

Lets try this link instead:
http://makeashorterlink.com/?L2046318C

12:37 AM  

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