Paddy Tick(real name Henry D....s), the SWO's man in Leuchars guardroom made such a claim. You might remember him for his unforgettable tannoy message:...................How many in the armed services know QRs inside out?
Coincidentally, I've just listened to the whole of John Christopher's Tripods series (the original three books plus the prequel which explained how the Tripods came to take over the Earth) on Audible. Just reliving my childhood when I read the books back in the very early eighties. Still feels a well written set of books that, although aimed at 'teens, doesn't age as badly as many Sci-Fi books.Can we have a new series or reboot of The Tripods? Always bugged me they just ended it on a cliffhanger at the end of the second series.
Bugger , beat me to it.Can he explain why they insist on providing Chris Packham with fees and a platform to pursue his political agenda at public cost
Like most big companies they must be itching to change their name. This is part of a cycle of rebranding which is a major aspect of modern management strategy. They probably have a working group dedicated to this task as we speak. Only problem is that "LBC" is taken, so they are looking into a bit of a black hole as regards meaningful and relevant titles.Dear DG,
Will you please change BBC culture to realise that London does not represent the UK as a whole and that BBC thinking needs to recognise that London actually is an outlier for UK statistics, especially in BAME.
Complete and utter waste of money, BBC has no live sport on a Saturday apart from maybe Radio 5/5 Live Extra. And to cap it all TMS does not have exclusive rights for cricket & now Boycott has left its worth listening to!I'm agreeing even though I profess never to have watched an episode.
I assume it's a Southern Sink Corrie?
Owt that pays that uncouth Cockney Knob whatever is name is should be pulled immediately.
Being old, thick and from half way up a mountain could I just enguire what a Common Purpose grad is?You could always insert a paragraph enquiring about the number of Common Purpose 'graduates' in editorial and management teams, and how many of them used references and recommendations from other CPs during their job applications and assessments.