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  • NTNOCN was a real seven days a week job, and I couldn't do both.

    Don't Panic

  • I felt at the time like the BBC felt that (as NTNOCN was beginning to get successful) they didn't want the junior producer in the department (me) to have two successes at once.

    Don't Panic

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