Different ways to tell the same story

2018-06-29T09:30:18+00:00December 12th, 2017|

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Driving home recently I was listening to Jonathan Ross on BBC Radio 2 talking about space exploration. Someone happened to mention Neil Armstrong and Ross recalled a time when the famous astronaut came into the studio to be interviewed by fellow DJ Steve Wright. Apparently, one of Armstrong’s assistants took Wright to one side before the interview and said, “Oh, and would you mind not bringing up the moon thing?”

This is a dilemma facing people who are well known for one thing; in this case we all want to know what it was like being the first man on the moon. But after a while it must have been a bit tedious for Armstrong to be asked the same question.

Driving home recently I was listening to Jonathan Ross on BBC Radio 2 talking about space exploration. Someone happened to mention Neil Armstrong and Ross recalled a time when the famous astronaut came into the studio to be interviewed by fellow DJ Steve Wright. Apparently, one of Armstrong’s assistants took Wright to one side before the interview and said, “Oh, and would you mind not bringing up the moon thing?”

This is a dilemma facing people who are well known for one thing; in this case we all want to know what it was like being the first man on the moon. But after a while it must have been a bit tedious for Armstrong to be asked the same question. the same story.