Voice Card - Volume 25 - Paul Card Number 2 - Fri, Jul 24, 1992 9:46 AM
- "Thieves stole more than $20 million worth of priceless art..."
- WCVB newscaster Natalie Jacobsen
- "I will stake my life on it that that didn't happen, but if it did,
that person was acting in an unauthorized manner"
- U.S. Presidential candidate Jerry Brown
- "[The UN inspection team] will be conducting 12 surprise
inspections of Iraqi sites."
- Unidentified NPR commentator
- "Through economic mismanagement the Tories dropped the election in our lap and we let it slip through our fingers."
- Labour Party member Ken Livingston
- "He's taken it in the shadow of the Great Southern Stand - although
there are none today because the sun isn't out."
- Clark Hansen, Radio 3LO
- "JOHN REEVES,
Spelling words correctly couldn't be any easier! Look it up in a
flash with an electronic spell checker."
- Radio Shack flyer sent to Jon Reeves
- "Your subject is the football World Cup. It's not just football and
it's not just the World Cup. It's the football World Cup."
- Henry Kelly, BBC1 TV
- "There is no way Ryan Giggs is another George Best. He is another Ryan
- Denis Law, BBC RADIO 4
- "...and Tranmere Rovers are playing with a 5-man back four."
- Commentator, Radio Merseyside
- "He hangs his head - looks at the sky..."
- Nigel Starmer-Smith, BBC2 TV
- Jimmy Hill: "But you said it should have been a goal."
Terry Venables: "No I didn't. I said it should have been a goal."
Jimmy Hill: "So you've changed your tune then."
- BBC1 TV
- "It's all perfectly innocent," Barry Cole '93 said. "In fact I
tucked in a girl, her boyfriend, and her roommate all together on
- Dartmouth College campus newspaper
- "There is nothing better than the traditional glow of a radiator."
- Australian electric utility advertisement
- "Government alone cannot do what needs to be done by itself..."
- U.S. President George Bush
- "This smaller design is capable of flying faster than the speed of
sound at speeds exceeding Mach 1."
- Announcer on PBS show
- "We're not the sort of party that does deals behind smoke-filled
- Brian Gould, ITN
- "The Conservatives fear they may be side-tracked by a storm in an
- John Cole, BBC1
- Questioner: "Which of these words do you think best sums up your
Paddy Ashdown: "Er... perhaps 'decisive'?"
- Channel 4
- "...and now the declaration from Berwick-Upon-Tweed, Britain's most
- David Dimbleby, BBC1
- "We said zero, and I think any statistician will tell you that, when
you're dealing with very big numbers, zero must mean plus or minus a
- William Waldegrave
- "Let me explain, Nick - it is the key which turns the door in the
- Paddy Ashdown, Radio 4
- "I was polled on the amount of radio I watched..."
- Emma Freud, GLR
- "Five and a half hours later psychiatric nurse Terri Reynolds was
undergoing a life-saving operation under the skillful hands of Meath
footballer Gerry McEntee"
- The Connacht Tribune
- "The oldest living survivor of the [sinking of the Titanic] has died."
- Nanette Hansen, WMUR TV, Manchester, NH
- "Heads of the main UK motor manufacturers are to meet with the
Trade and Industry secretary today to discuss means of helping the
UK car industry which is seen to be a driving force in the UK
- VNS #2598 Main News
- "It's an annual four-year dance."
- US President Bush
- "Chris Lewis didn't bowl, then came in and scored thirty. A top
- Alec Stewart
- "And that's Aston Villa's first League goal since their last one."
- Elton Welsby, ITV
- "I'll leave the atmosphere to your imagination, but you can literally
- Elton Welsby, ITV
- "He [Francis Bacon] was probably our greatest living painter - until he
- News presenter, LBC
- "I've been up and down like a roundabout."
- Marty Whelan, Century Radio
- "Belts of rain will move across Scotland this morning, this
afternoon, and this evening - in that order."
- BBC1 Weather forecast
- "We're going to focus on worldwide markets."
- Business Plan
- "BT [British Telecom] already protects against major network
failures - but is planning more."
- BT presentation in London
- "A suspect car was blown up just minutes before she arrived to
delight children at a Barnardos Nursery in Belfast."
- Unidentified UK daily
- "If Juha can keep Carlos in his behind, he will win the championship."
- "But home is where you hang your friends, and I have friends here
and a dozen friends in London and a dozen in San Francisco."
- Alistair Cooke, interviewed by James Brady
Parade Magazine, December 8, 1991
- "In Maastricht the British Prime Major, Mr John Minister..."
- News reader on BBC WS news Wed 11 Dec 1991
- "These fine watches feature timeless designs...."
- WBBM Radio commercial
- "Inflationary pressure is still extremely moderate."
- Unidentified economist on PBS
- "We offer the party as a big tent. How we do that within the
platform, the preamble to the platform, or whatnot, that remains to
be seen. That message will have to be articulated with great
- J. Danforth Quayle
- Guest: My company makes kitchen tiles.
Andrew O'Connor: And what type of kitchen tiles are they?
Guest: They are the type you would expect to find in your kitchen.
- BBC1 TV
- "So you've finally nailed your mast to Neil Kinnock?"
- Channel 4 TV, interviewer to Roy Hattersley
- "As I've said before and I've said in the past..."
-Kenny Dalglish, ITV
- "For those of you who know the Selhurst Park ground, West Ham are
playing from right to left."
- Unidentified Commentator, BBC Radio 5
- "I can't find the words to explain how mortified whoever was
responsible for whatever happened must be."
- Murray Walker, BBC2 TV
- Trevor MacDonald: How was Mr Maxwell feeling in the last few days?
Richard Stott (Mirror editor): He was in a very bouyant mood.
- "Mr Maxwell was last seen walking alive on deck at 4.45 this morning."
- Trevor MacDonald, ITN
- "Robert Maxwell was discovered missing..."
- Peter Snow, Channel 4 News
- "It will take a long time for the waters to clear..."
- Michael Parkinson, London Talkback Radio