Two minutes with: Jack Tame

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14th February, 2013
Colleagues say you’re wholesome and jolly nice. But ideally you should have a few demons to become a truly great broadcaster. Got any? I relish isolation. I live alone. I work alone. I’m also a psycho for routine: exercise, meals, tidiness. I’d love to confess to a heavier vice but in truth I’d much rather a wedge of carrot cake than a taste of crack cocaine. Tame (Euurgh …), I know. What have you been reading lately that has inspired you? Al Gore’s new book, The Future, though his recent sale of Current TV bemused the cynic in me. ...

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