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Diary: On the QT ..

The Walker Media chairman, Phil Georgiadis, has been enjoying the early summer more than most.

So far, he has managed to sample the hospitality of Viacom Brand Solutions on its golf trip to Barbados, done his duty by helping to host the M&C Saatchi golf day and then spent last weekend in Durban as Yahoo!'s guest at the first British and Irish Lions Test against South Africa. Nice work if you can get it ...

And while we're on the subject of sport, well done Rainey Kelly Campbell Roalfe/Y&R, which won the Nabs five-a-side football tournament last weekend, beating the experiential agency RPM 2-1 in the final ...

It may seem like it's all doom and gloom so far this year, but in a bid to raise morale, the partners at Fallon have decided to give their staff an extra day off and, courtesy of their Eurostar client, a set of return tickets through the Channel Tunnel. Hopefully, once they're supping Bordeaux in Paris, the recession will be a distant memory ...

Australian men not quite so great in the, erm, macho department have found an unlikely protector in Adam Ferrier, a partner at Naked's Australian office. He's been going undercover, posing as a sufferer of sexual problems for an expose of the controversial clinic AMI on his blog. Feigning both erectile dysfuntion and premature ejaculation problems, Ferrier says he got a ten-minute session with a "natropath", which he describes as "ten stilted minutes talking nonsense", and was quoted £2,250 for 18 months of treatment. He adds that he has no idea if the "nasal delivery treatment" is effective. We wish we could tell him - but we lead a sheltered life ...

We know that we run the risk of over-exposing Dylan Jones on these pages, but we thought you would like to know that the GQ editor is appearing on his very own set of Father's Day Royal Mail stamps to raise money for charity. A bit cheesy maybe, but we're sure they'll be first class.

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