This post will round up all the miscellaneous interviewers - the stand-ins, the rare butterflies, the reporters - who got a bite of the interviewing cherry last month.
Eddie Mair's large shoes were filled on 14th August by political correspondent James Landale.
Roger Helmer, Conservative - 0
Chris Bryant, Labour - 0
Lord West, GOAT - 0
The phrase 'nothing to see here' springs to mind.
Broadcasting House only swam into my ken because of the absence of the Marr Show, but it will be staying in focus from now on. The only interviews caught in August were as follows:
30/8 Alex Salmond, SNP - 0.8
23/8 Alex Salmond, SNP - 0.6
Both were tough interviews (despite the lowish I.C.s).
Robeert Pestooooooon's one fuuuull interview toooooook place on Todaaaaaay on 1st August.
Lord Myners, Labour - 0
The BBC's China correspondent got to interview Tony Blair (remember him?) over China's use of 'green technology' (Today, 21st August).
Tony Blair, Labour - 0
A gentle affair it was too.
Best of all, of course, was:
16/8 Janet Anderson, Labour - 0.5
16/8 Ed Vaizey, Conservative - 0.2
16/8 Evan Harris, Lib Dem - 0.2
23/8 Pete Wishart, SNP - 0
23/8 Tom Harris, Labour - 0
23/8 David Mundell, Conservative - 0
Her exemplary performances have been lauded already.