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Birling Family TV Chat Show.

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Introduction

Birling Family TV Chat Show Rumel - Interviewer Richard - Gerald James - Mr B Daniel - Eric Welcome to the Proud Of Being A Snob Show, I am your host Rumel and out guests tonight are the Birling family! Rumel - How did you get to know Eva Smith? James - She was an employee at my works Rumel - why did you sack eva in the first place? James - well they were protesting about wanting a pay rise, which I couldn't afford Rumel - How do you feel about the death of Eva Smith? James - Obviously I'm very upset and feel sorry for her but she wasn't anything special to me. ...read more.

Middle

Rumel - ok Gerald how did you meet Daisy Renton, as you knew her? Richard - Well I went into the palace bar and saw her, she looked different to all the other girls and she was with a man who she looked like she didn't like so I asked her to leave him and come with me. Rumel - So where did you take her? Richard - I took her to a flat that my friend left me the keys for and gave her some money to get her by. Rumel - how did you leave daisy? Richard - well I said that I had some work to do, and I just left I helped her as much as I could. ...read more.

Conclusion

Daniel - well I said I would pay it back they just have to give me time James - you said you would pay it back but you still haven't Rumel - Eric why did you leave eva smith? Daniel - well I couldn't cope with being a father so I just went away and left her, then my mother Sybil denied to help her at one of her meetings because she used the family name to address herself. Rumel - Mr B, how do you feel about the death of Eva smith? James - Obviously I'm very upset and feel sorry for her but she wasn't anything special to me. Daniel - Father that's not a nice thing to say, we all had part in the suicide. Rumel - Thank you for watching the show and goodnight. ...read more.

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