Here's a transcription of Andrew Marr's introduction to his paper review this morning.
It's so precise that it even includes his pauses, his repeated words and his linguistic slips (where people would usually insert a 'sic').
I think that might help to convey some of the thought processes going on inside the BBC presenter's mind as he went along, perhaps betraying his views in the process.
If this were a blog for students studying English Language comprehension (if such a subject is still studied), I might now ask if you would please read it for yourselves and give me your opinion as to whether it betrays any bias on Andrew Marr's part, and, if so, where?:
So to the front pages. And if there's one theme it's editors desperately trying to persuade their apathetic, sleepy readers the EU referendum is jolly exciting! Thus, the Sunday Times warns cheap flights to Europe are at threat if we leave the EU. The Sunday Express: the "EU declares war on drivers". People who drive in cars are going to be arrested. Or something like that. Erm.. the Dail...the Mail on Sunday has a fun story here: Angela Merkel's No.2 says that Britain cannot survive outside the EU. That's a story designed to drive all patriotic British people into insane rage. Then there's the Observer...erm...talking about the health crisis, still there, and, again, Jeremy Corbyn is going to make a bold speech very shortly in which he's going to be pro-immigration against the...er...the..the theme of the...the mood of the..country. The time finally, "Public faith in Cameron drops". That the Independent on Sunday's poll. People don't believe any longer that he's going to get the deal that we need for the EU...(5 marks)