” Jackie: “Tony Blair.” Bradley Walsh: “In a hospital, the H&N unit refers to the head and what other part of the body?
” Jackie: “Nose.” And Ben Shephard: “In Australia and New Zealand a ‘long black’ is a variety of which hot beverage?
In that sort of company, of course, it was also incredibly brave to give the lead role to Hugh Grant, who never quite convinces me he’s anyone other than Hugh Grant, yet I will say this for a performance that stands out from anything he’s ever done before. INCIDENTALLY, who claimed the following, last week: “People always get excited about cockchafers.” Was it A) Springwatch’s Chris Packham? A job with my name on it, frankly, as I wouldn’t need a crystal ball, money or much encouragement to tell the locals: “This old craphole will be locked in an ever more depressing cycle of baby abductions, love triangles, disrupted weddings, head transplants and escaped animals from now until kingdom come.
Get the hell out, while you still can.” Walford CID might also want to put me on a profiling retainer as well, given they’re the only people who haven’t noticed that every single street crime, including – surprise, surprise – last week’s stabbings of Keanu and Shakil, has been carried out by a white, working-class male with a bad stage school Cockney accent.
Brilliant performances from Alex Jennings, Patricia Hodge and Ben Whishaw, as Peter Bessell, Jeremy Thorpe’s mum and Norman Scott, on A Very English Scandal.
However, at roughly the same time, she also predicted: “Jean (Slater) will get a job with teeth.” So until such time as actress Gillian Wright is sat on the Loose Women panel, with Janet Street-Porter, mark me down as a sceptic.
A patient in severe respiratory distress is at risk of death as a consequence of minimal diagnostic or therapeutic interventions, but is also at risk if you do nothing; it would be well to advise your client of this at your initial contact!
I have a great deal of experience with this situation, and strong convictions as well.
These patients die most commonly as a consequence of struggling and stress!
I once actually witnessed the death of a cardiomyopathic Doberman who struggled and went into ventricular fibrillation while being restrained for an EKG; the owner watched the whole thing!