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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"You said one thing and did another," said Paxman about the last VAT rise.
NEWSNIGHT host Jeremy Paxman has admitted that he did not vote at a recent election because he found the choice of political parties too "unappetising" - despite berating Russell Brand on-air over the issue.
COMEDIAN Alexander Armstrong says he is not a fan of fellow quiz show host Jeremy Paxman - accusing the abrasive TV star of being smug.
Up until this latest Deckerstrophe, Paxman was untouchable.
I'm sure anyone who saw BBC Newsnight on Monday, April 26, smiled to themselves when the Great Inquisitor Jeremy Paxman was left embarrassed by Plaid Cymru economic adviser Dr Eurfyl ap Gwilym.
Gordon Brown is to subject himself to a grilling by Jeremy Paxman in the final weeks before the General Election.
A STUDENT who hit the headlines following a verbal joust with University Challenge question-master Jeremy Paxman was celebrating yesterday after leading his team to victory in the TV quiz.
Summary: The BBC has been criticised over claims that it cut parts of an interview where Boris Johnson attacked Jeremy Paxman about his wages.
According to a new book by journalist Jeremy Paxman, Charles is so fussy about the hardness of his eggs that staff cook SEVEN for him just in case.
HEALTH Secretary John Reid had a TV bust-up with Jeremy Paxman after the Newsnight presenter branded him a Labour 'attack dog' last night.
Presenter Jeremy Paxman offers an irreverent look back at the programme's history - digging out key political interviews, foreign reports and bizarre studio sets.