We looked inside some of the tweets by @MichaelLCrick and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
A very good question. It’s also interesting to ponder the effect this paucity of working-class voices has had on the media today https://t.co/UAQWwmtiSe
An excellent obituary by Don Macintyre of the journalist & academic Robert Taylor, an expert on the trade union movement: https://t.co/THQQu7bexh
An extraordinary one-man club story put on hold by the virus. Dorking Wanderers have gone from playing in the park to the National League South in 20 years under Marc White's leadership. Now the new lockdown has suspended their astonishing upward momentum https://t.co/9CoJT8vMXj
I was thrown out of the house and left destitute with a one year old baby to look after. UAE court removed my son. I fought for him in Dubai, France & Britain. I had PTSD and NO JOB but UK judge ordered me to pay ex husband’s 94k legal bill. Pl support: https://t.co/9dTrMx1PCL 👇 https://t.co/BBUdrDBGo5
When Spanish triathlete Diego Méntriga noticed that British triathlete James Teagle went the wrong way before finish line of Santander Triathlon,Mentriga waited for him so he could take what he says is his deserved 3rd place.“He was in front of me the whole time.He deserved it.” https://t.co/5Mo52QZ3rJ
Brilliant 👏👏👏 https://t.co/Bi7VRc2AzM
@wmarybeard @BBCAnyQuestions Hi Mary, thanks for listening. I’ll listen back and reflect on whether I got it right; perhaps I didn’t. Overcooking and undercooking are risks not confined to chefs! I enjoyed your contribution to @IainDale’s Cross Question the other night.
I didn't hear most of the exchanges but what a wonderfully frank, thoughtful and modest response by @ChrisMasonBBC. Normally we broadcasters get all aggressive in the face of such criticism, and unwilling to admit mistakes. https://t.co/2RQJGRPUjp