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Friday, January 20, 2006

We're back

OK - so we got to Greenwich and not much was going on at all. A few members of the press were there, but nobody had seen it for some time.

So, we turned around and headed back to our temporary LEWIS Whale Watch HQ in Battersea.

According to the BBC it could be 'very distressed'. Actually, I'm not surprised, following the amount of excitement Gonzo has created. The last official sighting was at 6.20pm at Albert Bridge.

BBC Interactive is showing the LEWIS PR report - recorded in our office - on loop.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Helena said...

The BDLMR says someone from the BBC saw it at 9.00 in Greenwich.

11:19 PM  
Blogger Framescourer said...

Hey, just seen the looped interview. Great view from your office!

www.makingthenews.org.uk

11:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where did you find it? Interesting read » » »

3:19 PM  

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