If you had doubts about Mishal Husain's interviewing skills after reading the transcript in the previous post, then you're probably not alone.
Even the lady herself has doubts.
The Daily Mail, reporting from her latest book plug, records her saying that it's taken her three years to begin to feel "more at ease" at Today.
"In fact, I still have many uncomfortable moments, and times when I come off air and think - I'm not cut out for this job!", she said.
Aren't people horrible though? I can hardly bring myself to trawl through and copy-and-paste some of the responses, but (in the interests of disinterested blogging) I'm just going to have to force myself:
- Take it from me, you couldn't be any 'more' cut out for the job!
- A "cut out" would have just as much personality.
- Those worries are well founded. She is utterly dreadful. As is the whole program now. Time to go.
- That's it, write a book about how bad you are. Now leave and get a job you are good at. Look up The Peter Principle.