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Little Dome's Postbag (The Euan Blair Test and Rockin' With Elvis)

What was the Millennium Dome's "Euan Test"?

What was the difference between WHSmiths and John Menzies?

How old do you think we sound?

These are some of the questions which weren't exactly asked, but ended up being answered as we went through the emails, tweets and DMs which have come into the show over the last couple of months.

Thanks to Kevin and Thierry for pointing us towards the internet archive's snapshot of the Rockin' With Elvis website.

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