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We were at school together ventolin McCarthy was a demagogue who couldnât make the transition from newspapers to television. In print, he was formidable, hurling accusations as Zeus did lightning bolts. But on the telly, he cut a ridiculous figure, morose, and tending to emit a weird giggle. Although he had overreached and earned the considerable hatred of his colleagues, it was his disheveled, rumpled and foolish appearance that actually did him in. With television, appearance matters as much as content.