Email received. "We're hoping to do an item for Saturday 10th November, ahead of Remembrance Sunday, looking at military bloggers. Getting serving personnel to talk is proving difficult, so I'm approaching you, even though you're no longer adding entries to your blog. ........An interview could be done anonymously over the next week or so. " I cannot do so asked them if I could circulate you fine fellows (and fellesses): "If you can ask on Arrse - which we often use as a resource on Radio 4! - that would be great. What I'm looking for ideally is someone who blogs/has blogged about their time in the armed forces. Clearly we could interview them anonymously or disguise their voice if they are worried about being identified. I would hope to hear from them why they blog, whether it causes/caused problems, what reactions it got etc. Please ask interested people to contact me via email@example.com. Any interview would only take 5 or 10 minutes, and we'd like to record it preferably from a BBC studio next Friday or Saturday." Anyone interested? Please email Marc Settle at Radio 4 direct or PM me for his phone number. This is the second request in a month as I was also asked by Radio 5 for a viewpoint which will hopefully be provided by a fine recently civilianised military chap.... So remember...the BBC are lurking and always on the lookout for interesting topics and people from here to speak about them. Elocution lessons so you sound like a BBC newsreader available for a fee (10% discount for Highlanders who only speak Gaelic...) MOD: Can you make this sticky for a few days please? Ta very much!