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Morley Safer
(1931-____) born on
Nov 8
Canadian newscaster, correspondent, journalist,. He is best known for his work on "60 Minutes."
Pilgrims who are looking for a cure are soon looking for a curio.

[The] BBC was known as Auntie suggesting someone prudish and Victorian and that she still is on some days. On others she's a champagne-soaked floozie, her skirts in disarray, her mind in the gutter, and the mixture can be quite wonderful.
BBC Radio is a never-never land of broadcasting, a safe haven from commercial considerations, a honey pot for every scholar and every hare-brained nut to stick a finger into.
The BBC is a perfect example of uncontrolled growth, [occupying] old churches and manor houses, the old Langham Hotel where Sherlock Holmes once met Moriarty and where this correspondent once shared an office with an 8-foot bathtub.
BBC Radio is not so much an art or industry as it is a way of life . . . a mirror that reflects . . . the eccentricities, the looniness that make Britons slightly different from other humans.
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Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F: On "objects of plastic piety" in Lourdes, "60 Minutes," CBS TV 28 Dec 1986.
R: 60 Minutes," CBS TV 15 Sep 1985.
A: 60 Minutes," CBS TV 15 Sep 1985.
N: 60 Minutes," CBS TV 15 Sep 1985.
K: 60 Minutes," CBS TV 15 Sep 1985.

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