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Philip Jordan
Runs, walks, skis, mtb's, falls (not always in that order). Oh,and likes a drink - usually Skinners or Sharps.
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Philip Jordan Aug 18
Hi, can you tell me if you have any plans for to show Mrs Lowry and son? From the previews it looks like an excellent film.
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Philip Jordan Aug 16
Replying to @jimalkhalili
Think I would have been more surprised if you'd said it had. Non the less thoroughly enjoy your output - far better than that Cox bloke 😀 Looking forward to future programs. Maybe something on some of the great scientists of the past?
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Philip Jordan Aug 15
Replying to @jimalkhalili
am I deluding myself to imagine this tweet might had some influence? Thanks for your continued efforts to inform and entertain. Very much enjoying Revolutions.
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Philip Jordan May 27
Once again you interview a Labour politician regarding Brexit, and once again we have absolutely no idea where they stand on the subject. His frequent 'Not for me to say' response was little short of ridiculous.
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Philip Jordan May 4
The only reason people ever used cash points was many years ago banks encouraging businesses to pay employees wages directly in to bank accounts, (and making money for the bank). To then charge the customer for withdrawal is completely unjustifiable.
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Philip Jordan Jan 17
being so small how did they know Ultima Thule was there in the first place? Seems a stretch for even the great Hubble telescope to locate.
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Philip Jordan Dec 1
Replying to @thehistoryguy @BBCFOUR
Just watched you being very dismissive of the gold findings on your expedition - you're a mean mean man Dan Snow :) Great programs all the same.
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Philip Jordan 27 Aug 18
Just re-watched your excellent Maxwell prog on iplayer and left thinking Scotland should follow Cornwall's example. We have an annual Trevithick day celebrating Richard Trevithick's work. Surely Maxwell's work could (should) be similarly celebrated?
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Philip Jordan 26 Jun 18
Replying to @MrRobBell @channel5_tv
Interesting there was no mention of the problems of sway with increasing height. Was a big topic in past high-rise programs.
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Philip Jordan 3 Nov 15
Spent the evening catching up on Double Acts. Absolutely brilliant! Well done to you and the acting teams
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Philip Jordan 24 Sep 15
has anyone ever looked back to the 'center' of the Big Bang? Should be largly empty space surely?
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Philip Jordan 14 Mar 15
Replying to @Peston
Thanks, great program and huge eye opener. A case of the unstoppable train hits the unbreakable brick wall - what, or who wins?
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Philip Jordan 5 Dec 14
TV program waiting to be made. The history, science and engineering behind the smart phone, a minor modern miracle. Any good?
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God 1 Mar 14
Ah, the looming threat of war between Russia and the United States. Really takes you back.
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Philip Jordan 23 Feb 14
Replying to @RobNolanTruro
I'm sure the cattle will really feel the benefit of that one.......aren't they the main purpose of the stuff?
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Philip Jordan 12 Dec 13
used to be a comedy. What happened?!! Awkward can be funny, but this awkward ain't!
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Philip Jordan 9 Nov 13
Replying to @BBCNormanS
It's fine if you're already out and it starts. More willpower required to actually step out in to a downpour though.
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Philip Jordan 21 Sep 13
Replying to @fatboyslimme
Pay attention Greg. Don't need that happening when it turns dark.
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God 9 Sep 13
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Jeremy Clarkson 6 Sep 13
The single most depressing phrase in the English language is: "better to be safe than sorry".
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