Jonathan Ross is interviewing Borrell who has just said, with a straight face:
"To tell you the truth, I never thought about it [climate change] in my life, then last year I saw An Inconvenient Truth..."
Why would someone who had never thought about climate change ever have gone to see An Inconvenient Truth?
Someone else is with Jonathan Ross, pointing out that:
"If you could harness the power of cynicism around this event, you could power the world."
The sting of this remark, though, is reduced by it being Jimmy Carr talking. Jimmy Carr. Attacking people for cynical sniping. It's like Brian Rix crying "it's nothing but a farce..."
Wembley, it has to be said, doesn't look to be crammed at the moment. Surely there wasn't plenty of room around the front of the stage twenty minutes before the start of Live Aid, was there?