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Blair/Marr: theartsdesk's second review on Twitter

Blair/Marr: theartsdesk's second review on Twitter

We tweeted our first review when Jonathan Ross said goodbye to the BBC. The Tony Blair Interview is on BBC Two on Wednesday at 7pm. Graeme Thomson and Jasper Rees will be watching and tweeting. Their conversation will then be posted on the site to be read in its entirety. Sign up follow to Graeme here and Jasper here in order to read their 140-character responses live.

You can also follow theartsdesk here.

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