Easily the one where I broke the news of Eileen's defection to Earth. The news had come to our studios directly from the Palace. Frankly the tone of the press/broadcast media release was terse and it took all of my skills to turn the piece into a useable news item. I still get comments on my free use of hyperbole and that people had heard nothing like it in their lives. I should hope not. Fairy godmothers defecting is not a common news item for one thing and nobody but nobody writes superb, wonderful, moving hyperbole like me.
You never have suffered from false modesty have you?
Forget it. Moving on, do you deliberately expand news items so the weatherman gets as little time on air as possible. This rumour has been doing the rounds for some time.
Yes and I can guess where it started - from that upstart of a weatherman who's always held an inexplicable grudge against yours truly. I report the news, I do not make it up. The only thing FNN ever adds to the news is background to the news story.
But even on a quiet day, the weatherman complains he has to do the forecasts for the Kingdom's seven regions, both next day and the five day forecasts, within three minutes.
It encourages him to be succinct, never a bad thing. Who wants an everlasting weather forecast?