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Monthly Archives: September 2013
Ever wondered how political scandals progress? All is revealed:
“Die fremdsprachfaulen Engländer haben entdeckt, dass sie eine zweite Sprache beherrschen…” http://www.faz.net/aktuell/feuilleton/englands-boulevard-entschluesselt-12585215.html
I went on the BBC World Service, and offered them a view of London, through the eyes of a foreign correspondent fluent in journalese…
My interview on Radio 4’s Media Show, where we dealt with some of the practices of journalism, including the three rules for a death knock.
In which Sean Moncrieff and I compare our pet hates.
Ann Treneman has reviewed Romps… in The Times. You can read it here, but it’s behind the paywall, so you’ll just have to take my word for it that she thinks you should buy it: “An essential guide to finding … Continue reading
For my speech at the Romps… launch party, I listed the Top 10 glaring omissions from the book, the bits of Journalese I really wish I’d got in there. Continue reading
The Spectator’s Mr Steerpike has the skinny on how the book came about: A rare success for Downing Street spin machine as they inadvertently spawn @robdothutton‘s Journalese: http://t.co/twVVbuyIun — Steerpike (@MrSteerpike) September 11, 2013
In which I become the first person ever to sing the Benny Hill theme tune on Radio 4’s leading evening news show…
In which a Barrow journalist discovers she speaks a second language… http://www.nwemail.co.uk/home/2.4887/journalese-no-longer-mystery-1.1082496