Tuesday ITV viewers tuned in to watch the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards 2016.
The image above was posted on Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn's Twitter timeline Tuesday evening but it may have escaped you.
Unless you use Twitter and check out Jeremy Corbyn's timeline it is doubtful you saw the image.
Professor Stephen Hawking did make headlines like this one in the Daily Mirror "Stephen Hawking's joke to Theresa May: 'I deal with tough questions but don't ask me about Brexit!'" but it was posted with images of the country's unelected Tory Prime Minister Ms Theresa May.
Ms May awarded Prof. Hawking a lifetime achievment award Tuesday and the irony was not lost on some.
May was part of David Cameron's government when it launched a full scale attack on some of the poorest and most vulnerable people of the UK. She took over when David Cameron turned tail and ran post BRexit but her government is still on the offensive when it comes to welfare, benefits, the poor and people with disabilities.
According to the Daily Mirror, the award show hosts "after receiving a Lifetime Achievement award, Professor Hawking joked: "I deal with tough, mathematical, complex questions every day but please don't ask me to help with Brexit ." Viewers were quick to react, with one saying: "What a legend!"."
This blogger did not tune in.
It may be the viewing highlight of the year for some but not me.
Kudos to all the worthy winners and their heartwarming and inspirational stories and kudos to all those who face similar challenges but are never recognised.
The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain awards is something of a PR stunt; little wonder then that mainstream media has run with Prof. Hawking and Theresa May who for once was in a posh frock.
But the image of Corbyn and Hawking is well worth sharing.
In April 2015 ahead of the General Election wise man Stephen Hawking told the Labour List he was voting for the Labour Party.
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