I have just sent this complaint to the BBC re Radio 4's programme Shop Talk 'Whilst listening to Shop Talk 1600-1630 Tuesday 17 Jan 2006 I heard a gentleman by the name of Scott Redgrave, who runs a company called 'Pink Photos' state that 'everyone we employ is 100% gay and committed to the cause' My concern is that , in my understanding of the laws covering equal opportunities and diversity, this stance would be illegal. My complaint is that this stance was not challenged by the interviewer, Heather Payton, it was ignored. I am sure that if a straight person was to state that he only employed straight personnel as this made his straight clientelle more comfortable you would have jumped down his throat or more likely you would sensibly have not transmitted the statement. You should not have transmitted this one - it is a statement that a company is blatantly flouting the law. I believe that this comment should be brought to the attention of the proper authorities, by your corporation, immediately or you could be accused of fostering this bias.' Am I the only one that heard it and am I right or wrong about the legality or otherwise of the comment. I am not interested in a series of homophobic rants but in a sensible discussion of the legality of the comment made to the interviewer and the fact that the charming lady did not comment on it or challenge it. Would a straight company get away with it? I susprect it would be taken to the cleaners. Pity I am such a crap photographer. All I want is a level playing field If you are a straight photographer out there you might have a field day with this company if you were so inclined. It is remarkably easy to complain to the BBC. I wonder if I get a reply.