FanGraphs Audio: Question Time with Dayn Perry

Episode 171
Each week, the British House of Commons engages in an activity known as Prime Minister’s Questions — or, simply “Question Time” — during which the Prime Minister answers questions posed by members of Parliament. In this episode of FanGraphs Audio, the self-appointed Prime Minister of NotGraphs, Dayn Perry, answers questions posed by the bespectacled readership.

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Audio after the jump. (Approximately 49 min. play time.)


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4 Responses to “FanGraphs Audio: Question Time with Dayn Perry”

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  1. I’d listen but the Orvis Fly Fishing Podcast is teaching me so much about The Effects of the Moon and Barometric Pressure on Fishing with Riding Crops.

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  2. rambodiaz says:

    I, for one, would like to say thank you for answering my question during the podcast. The neighborhood children (and parents) will surely be delighted as I deliver a dramatic reading from Chapter Six of Reggie Jackson: The Life and Thunderous Career of Baseball’s Mr. October.

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  3. Merlin90 says:

    It should be noted that Prime Minister’s Questions and Question Time are not one and the same. The former is, as Cistulli outlined, a half-hour parliamentary event every Wednesday at midday where MPs can ask questions of the British Prime Minister. Question Time, on the other hand, is an hour-long current affairs discussion show broadcast on Thursday nights on BBC One involving a panel of MPs and other political types (journalists, pressure group activists etc.) and an audience. That is where the audio drops during the podcast came from; the voice you can hear is that of the Question Time presenter, David Dimbleby.

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    • MikeM says:

      And I can think of no better name for that of the questioner of Parliament than David Dimbleby.

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