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Byline: George Wayne
The daughter of a high-ranking British diplomat, Katty Kay first hit the world-news-reporting scene in 1990, for BBC World Service Radio in Zimbabwe. Now a wife and a mother of three, Kay delivers the news from a cushy top-anchor post at BBC America, in Washington, D.C. In a no-holds-barred discussion between correspondents, Kay fields questions on Elton John and Christiane Amanpour, and talks about what the French really thought of Condi's coiffure.
George Wayne: Quiz time, Miss Kay. Can you tell me who the British Broadcasting Corporation considers the world's most eccentric celebrity?
Katty Kay: Apart from George Wayne?
G.W. I didn't …