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TV date for editor Melody

Editor Melody Ryall joined a host of big name broadcasters and journalists invited to appear on a popular television chat show.

Melody, of the Kentish Times/Gravesend Reporter Group, joined Private Eye founder and editor of The Oldie, satirist Richard Ingrams, former breakfast television queen Anne Diamond and Daily Mirror journalist Nina Myskow for the Lunchtime Live programme earlier this month.

The show, broadcast from Meridian TV’s Newbury studio, focuses on current affairs and invites guest to give their views on the stories of the day.

The show was presented by Meridian journalists Andy Craig and Hannah O’Sullivan.

Melody said: “It was great to represent the Kentish Times and Gravesend Reporter on such a prestigious live television show.

“We discussed a variety of top stories including the war in Afghanistan, a plan to make a movie about Eddie the Eagle and Pop Idol Will’s decision to announce his homosexuality to the world’s press.”

Lunchtime Live is broadcast throughout Kent, Sussex, Essex, Hampshire and Berkshire.

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