I don't know how to baseball slide. But this is more of an issue of going feet first as opposed to going forward, since that rule is in place. So that's what you have to do.
Apart from finding the content entertaining I thought it also echoed what radio used to be like. Religion provided a kind of paternalistic protection, reaching the parts that earthly, mortal parents cannot reach, with their human flaws and failings.
Paternalistic Christianity, the Mum and Dad for adults, the agony aunt that told us what to do. We know now that alongside this rosy cosy glow was the secret shame of illegitimate child, the agony of forced adoption, the cruelty of Catholic nuns and the Christian Brothers, the child abuse and paedophillia, the untouchability that priesthood and piety in general conferred upon the un-righteous.
Why am I writing this? I differ with Sarah AB in nearly everything she has to say on this topic.
He's often gone quite the wrong way, in my opinion, about engaging with these issues, but that just means he has to adjust, not totally turn his ideas inside out. If he was totally against Islam as stefssdadsd says below then he doesn't quite seem to be now.
This is positive, and if he's still against all the thing sic which he used to think meant he had to be against Islam - that's fine. Several comments later Martin Jennerson tackles her: A culturally Christian country Sarah, don't you get that?!
And why not, it's British culture - your culture - FFS! While I enjoyed the programme I found the narration read or written by Nicky Campbell very annoying. But we knew that. I thought it was definitely the best one so far. Certainly the most entertaining, and the audience seemed to like it.
They gave it a standing ovation. Unfortunately I have nothing much to add to my earlier observations. I still think the same.
Tracey Emin's rubbish portrait of the Queen All that stuff about the Mafia-like art establishment, all that stuff about rebellion as an art form.
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