The Staggers 6 September 2010 Fox News Gold: how to interview Rupert Murdoch “No worries, Mr Chairman, that’s fine with me.” Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up This extraordinary exchange between an anchor on Fox News (proprietor: Rupert Murdoch) and, er . . . Rupert Murdoch is doing the rounds today. And while it's well worth a watch, it is not -- as Political Scrapbook and others appear to imply -- from the past few days, but from over a year ago when the News of the World phone-tapping story first broke. Anyway, a second outing of this hard-hitting interrogation is overdue. And here's a transcript of the crucial segment: Fox Anchor: "Mr Chairman, sir, thanks very much for joining us. We appreciate it." Rupert Murdoch: "Fine, good afternoon." Fox Anchor: "The story that's really buzzing all around the country and certainly here in New York is that the News of the World, a News Corporation newspaper in Britain, used . . ." Rupert Murdoch: "I'm not talking about that issue at all today. Sorry." Fox Anchor: "OK. No worries, Mr Chairman, that's fine with me." › Is the BBC biased to the right? Jon Bernstein, former deputy editor of New Statesman, is a digital strategist and editor. He tweets @Jon_Bernstein. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!