Lost years;Jotter

24th April 1998 at 01:00
Cheeky chappy Fred Macaulay was at his quippiest best when he compered the recent New Deal launch in Glasgow.

The Radio Scotland broadcaster, writer and comedian reminded his audience of a previous existence as a chartered accountant. Macaulay recalled: "I did that for a decade but I wasn't very good at it. In fact, it was 14 years wasted."

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