Thursday, July 30, 2009

Twenty Questions to a Fellow Blogger Part CXXXVII: Jeremy Jacobs

Jeremy Jacobs is a corporate present and speaker. He reports for Sportsmedia and has made Web TV appearances on Leicester Square television, amongst other things. His blog can be found here.

What made you decide to start blogging?

To get some sort of internet presence

What is your best blogging experience?

The support I received for my charity trek in Africa

And your worst?

Couldn’t possibly tell you

What do you regard as your best blog entry?

Top 10 prophecies for 2008 at “Corporate Presenter”

Favourite blogs?

Too many to list

Being a broadcaster and having recently blogged on the death of Walter Cronkite, do you have a particular favourite UK News and Current Affairs broadcaster, apart from yourself?

Emily Maitlis

What do you say was your best career move so far?

Still to make it!

Has the demise of 18 Doughty Street left a gap on Internet TV?


Is there anywhere abroad which you haven't been to, that you would like to visit?

Chile & Argentina

Is there anywhere abroad you have visited, that you would love to revisit?


Do you have a favourite political figure in history?

Yes, several.

Which figure has been your greatest inspiration?

Lady Thatcher

Favourite Bond movie?

From Russia With Love

Favourite Doctor Who?

William Hartnell

Chocolate, vanilla, or mint?


Which Band, past or present, would you most like to see in concert?

Steely Dan

In terms of visiting for the weekend, Oxford , Cambridge , or Barsby, Leics..?

Try Monte Carlo , Madrid or Rome

Favourite national newspaper?

Daily Telegraph

What would you say your hobbies were?

Walking & Talking

And what would you say were your three favourite songs and three favourite books (Bar the Bible and The Complete Works of Shakespeare)?

“I’m in the mood for love” - various

“Midnight at the Oasis” - Maria Muldaur

“5.15” - The Who

Notes from a Small Island - Bill Bryson

Kalooki Nights - Howard Jacobson

Greeting from Bury Park - Sarfraz Mansoor


Jeff said...

Is this a joke?

It's like trying to canvass a Tory voter in Scotland. Like blood from a stone...

Anonymous said...

Fuck me

that's the most boring thing I've read this year.

no wait, ever!

seriously. The internet has a lot to answer for.

Jeremy Jacobs said...

and brevity?