Some of the younger ones may not remember a popular UK band: "The Animals" who were around in the 1960s. They released a good many top ten records. One, which was released at the height of the anti-war sentiment expressed nationally at the time of the Vietnam War was extremely controversial. It was 'Sky Pilot'. It was a song about about Army Chaplains. 'Sky Pilot was, I think, the RAChD arm indicator in the 'Larkspur' era! The last time I heard it until now was in 1968 in the 'fourth year' at Windsor Boys School Hamm, during a programme on BFBS Radio in which just about everyone in BAOR expressed vitriolic anger at what they regarded as 'Blasphemy'. It was removed from the BFBS play-list, and NAAFI refused to stock it or order it. I have never heard it played on the BBC and somehow I doubt if it ever will be. I heard it just now on an American radio station over the internet for the first time in 41 years and found it on 'U-Tube'. At a time when freeedom of expression has become an extremely fragile commodity in Stalanist Britain, I doubt very much that it would every be played today on any radio station in the UK, despite it's contemporary relevance as an anti-war song.