The BBC has just broadcast a radio play, on Radio 4, that was wholly in support of Mrs. Thatcher and her role in the recovery of the Falkland Islands from the Argentines. The play portrayed her as close on heroic, decisive, determined, and, mostly, ready to listen to advice! It highlighted her concern with legality and compliance. There were some brilliant 'lines' delivered by the actress playing Mrs. T. I would love to know whether some of these lines were 'quotes' or playwright's imagination. What a sadness that Bliar had not heard this play before he started playing 'important statesman' on the world's stage and engaging in an invasion - the legality of which was doubtful. I wonder how this play slipped through the BBC censoring system. It will be interesting to see if G.Blown's 'puppy' who is to run the BBC will allow this sort of thing to happen again - I doubt it.