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Summary: 'So I chopped and chopped and finally got it down to a mere 8,000 words' Mark Thompson. The BBC director general cut 1,000 words from what was still one of the longest ever Edinburgh addresses at the last minute, he told MediaGuardian the day after he'd delivered it. He and his son scaled a cliff face in Switzerland by clambering up the tiniest of ladders fixed to the side of the mountain, the bearded one revealed, adding that delivering the MacTaggart was not half as scary. - guardian.co.ukRead full article: Thompsons MacTaggart cut at the last mom…
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