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Robin Day

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I've always walked and climbed; spent a lot of time in the arctic and places.

— Robin Day

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Magazines and advertising are flogging the idea that you have to keep changing things and get something new. I think that's balls - evil. But obviously that's your livelihood.

— Robin Day

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No one ever contributed anything to my designs.

— Robin Day

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There's this very vulnerable planet of ours with finite resources. Architects and designers have, I think, a fair responsibility for conserving energy and materials, and making things durable.

— Robin Day

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We used to get published a lot. And there was this vodka advertisement... it embarrassed me a lot afterwards.

— Robin Day

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Well the most successful of course was this Polypropylene chair.

— Robin Day

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Well, I'd probably go for any work I could get.

— Robin Day

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You've got to build a career and a practice.

— Robin Day

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About Robin Day

Did you know about Robin Day?

In his memoirs he recorded that he secured the acquittal of a lorry-driver accused of indecent exposure by persuading the magistrates that the man had been "shaking the drops from his person" after urinating and by getting the man's young wife to testify wearing a tight sweater that Robin Day and her husband enjoyed a healthy love life. In the 1980s Day had a coronary bypass and he suffered from breathing problems that were often evident when he was on the air. Politics
In the 1959 General Election he stood as a Liberal Party candidate for Hereford but failed to win.

He transformed the television interview changed the relationship between politicians and television and strove to assert balance and rationality into the medium's treatment of current affairs". His obituary in The Guardian by Dick Taverne stated that "he was the most outstanding television journalist of his generation.

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