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May 18 2012

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Picture: BG

I'm sorry postings have been rather slight lately. We've been filming for the second series of 'Fake or Fortune?' with the BBC. Above you can see just some of the kit that's needed to make telly these days. 

Update - a reader writes:

The photo of your desk surrounded by TV stuff reminded me of something. No doubt you've seen that clip with Harold Macmillan about to do a broadcast. The camera pans over all the filming gear and he says

"So there you are – you can see what it is like. The camera's hot, probing eye, these monstrous machines and their attendants – a kind of twentieth century torture chamber, that's what it is. But I must try to forget about that, and imagine that you are sitting here in the room with me."

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