Twitter profile: Darren Isted

12:07 19 September 2011

Darren Isted

Darren Isted

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Editor of The Comet and Royston Crow, who loves Britain’s Next Top Model and dislikes pork belly

Name: Darren Isted

Job title: Editor, The Comet and Royston Crow

Area covered: Comet country, Crow country

Favourite story: Man goes to Welling, man gets kicked out of Welling, man reports through crack in the fence, man allowed back in but threatened by Welling officials, Boro lose 2-0, man escapes to insult Welling for evermore, Boro in League 1 and Welling no-where. Justice.

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Best thing about being a journalist: Getting invited to so many events

Worst thing about being a journalist: Getting invited to so many events

Favourite TV programmes: Britain’s Next Top Model

Favourite Football/ Rugby team: Stevenage FC, Rugby? Really?

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Favourite Food: Will eat absolutely anything but pork belly, tripe or fois gras (don’t ask, it was messy)

Describe yourself in 3 words: Dad, Comet, Boro

If you were not a journalist what would you be: Diplomat (No seriously)

Twitter username: @Comet_Darren

Tweets about: Anything but Pork Belly

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