We’re off air now, but you can podcast the programme here.
The moment many of you have been waiting for has arrived. No fluff from me – this is going to be a very short post, as a rare bout of meetings has left me with no time. So here we go.
SHOULD WE LEAVE GOVERNMENTS OUT OF THE FIGHT TO STOP GLOBAL WARMING?
WHO IS REALLY IN CONTROL OF PAKISTAN?
Post here: www.worldhaveyoursay.com Prompted by this story: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/7118268.stm
THE GRAMMAR DEBATE RUMBLES ON
This is about the beginning of the programme (the bit which says ‘you’ve heard the news from the BBC…). Katy in Oregon was unimpressed and you’ve been working the issues over on the blog. This comes from SooJin…. ‘there is no problem. It can be either “we” and “our”, OR “you” and “your”. In other words, as long as the two subjects agree, it’s fine. The punctuation in the daily emails has been bothering me for a while, though. Too many run-on sentences. You could be more generous with the comma!/
Read all the comments here:
SHOULD BEARDS BE BANNED?
Hot on the heels of James’ dog-renting suggestion from Monday, Karnie waded in with this nugget of a story from Texas. Strangely it’s not made the running order. Here’s the story: beard
Speak to you later.