In Spring of 2010 I was a guest on a low-budget and low-quality Bulgaria talk show, I mentioned it here. When it aired I was really embarrassed about it, but now that more than a year has passed I feel sort of ready to finally bring it out in the open. However I am really awkward and uncomfortable in it, and I do a lot of looking up with my eyes. I suppose I do this when I am thinking or trying to remember something from the past. Also I feel that the host put a lot of his words in my mouth, instead of for example, asking "how was the first year for you in England?", he would say "the first year must have been very difficult and shocking and for a little girl", meaning he did a whole lot of assuming, and not leaving me room to speak my own opinions/experiences. I cannot stand it when talk show host do that, and almost all of them do that, especially the big name American ones. It's practically a one person dialogue/monologue, it's unacceptable. The fellow was quite nice actually, we had a lovely chat before the show backstage, I suppose he was following some sort of standard egotistical interviewer format, probably not his fault.
Anyways here it is, major embarrassment in Bulgarian. Link
(Above is just a photo, you cannot watch it, have to click the actual link.)