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micaheal on the radio in Dublin this morning by irishmanufan on 6 December 2004 11:49pm
 
n the news station newstalk 106 . i had a late night last night and slept it in accordingly ( one of the joys of working from home you don;t have a set hour to get up !) mom woke me up and told me micheal palin is comming on the radio quickquick . it was a good interveiw even though i was a bit groggy for the first few minuted of it . the lady interviewer was reading sahara so a lot of questions were about that also about micheal getting ill and what he expeirenced in the himalaya . he sounded very chirpy too . apparently micheal goes back as a private tourist and re visits some of the people he met on his televised tours .
Linda
 



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