McCririck follows Brown's lead

Millard, Rosie
January 2005
New Statesman;1/17/2005, Vol. 134 Issue 4722, p13
Analyzes the reality television program "Celebrity Big Brother" in Great Britain. Description of racing pundit John McCririck on the program; Claim that McCririck refused to speak with any cast members for six hours because he was not given his preferred beverage; Potential sociological implications of the program.


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