Paxman


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Paxman

(ˈpæksmən)
n
(Biography) Jeremy (Dickson). born 1950, British journalist, broadcaster, and author, noted esp for his political interviews
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JEREMY Paxman wants to get shot of David Cameron by dumping him in Room 101.
Fenay Bridge-based Paxman, which supplies scalp cooling equipment to combat hair loss in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, now has its revolutionary cooling systems installed at more than 40 treatment sites across the USA.
IT just wouldn't be an election night without Jeremy Paxman popping up somewhere.
CHOICE Hillary Clinton Paxman on Trump vs Clinton: Divided America BBC1, 9pm Considering he has referred to Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton a dull candidate and Republican Donald Trump a clown, this one-off documentary by Jeremy Paxman should make interesting viewing.
Jeremy Paxman has spoken of his hatred for his dad, who left the family for a new life in Australia.
Paxman just wants to move on to his next personal attack.
The Prime Minister was forced to admit he could not live on a zero-hour wage - but only after being asked three times by Jeremy Paxman.
A TEAM of North East students are to brave the stern gaze of quiz master Jeremy Paxman when they take part in University Challenge.
Last October Paxman published the accompanying book, Great Britain's Great War, but as a TV presenter and journalist, as opposed to a historian, this series goes for the colourful, often trivial detail rather than analysis.
The brother of BBC Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman played an unwitting role in a conman's plot to sell bogus bomb detectors in Mexico, a court has heard.
JEREMY Paxman is expected to leave Newsnight in the wake of the Lord McAlpine scandal, according to BBC insiders.