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Never Mind the Lollards
Christ's wounds! What the hell is up with the Sunday programme? First they make Martin Luther a personal friend of J. S. Bach, and this morning they claim that William Tyndale was the first man to translate the Bible into English! [32 minutes in] This is meant to be a specialist programme on religious affairs, for God's sake!

Since I'm talking about Radio 4, though, let me (by way of BBC balance) recommend a really excellent two-handed drama from yesterday afternoon, David Greig's The Letter of Last Resort. It's like a mixture of Yes Prime Minister and Pirandello (as one of the characters ruefully acknowledges), and it's also the cleverest exposition of the madness of MAD that I've heard. Thirty-five minutes of quality drama - and I don't often say that about Radio 4.

Never mind the Lollards, here's the Sex Pistols, is the first thing that popped into my head. I realize this is irrelevant, but it made me happy.

I must admit that was in my mind as I wrote it... :)

I thought of that too! Very funny.

Also, there's no such person as "Lord Richard Harries" - he is not the younger son of a duke. Either call him Lord Harries or drop the title altogether.

Then there's this one.

Oh dear oh dear oh dear.

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