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Aug 20, 2007
Interview: John Sweeney // 'I can never again lose my temper on TV' — The Guardian (UK)
Type: Press
Author(s): James Silver
Source: The Guardian (UK)
His rant at a Scientology spokesman was a ratings winner, but the Panorama reporter insists there's more to him than just a loud voice Panorama reporters are not supposed to "lose it". Not on camera, anyway. So no wonder that John Sweeney's spectacular cartoonish strop with Scientology spokesman Tommy Davis three months ago - in which he resembled an incandescent frog, eyes bulging, voice croaking with rage - became one of those water-cooler TV moments, making headlines and propelling him to ...
Item contributed by: Ron Sharp
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