by Sean Gabb
I do intend to write a Director’s Bulletin in the next day or so. This will tell you about all our broadcasting and publishing and general outreach of the past fortnight – and it has been a lot.
For the moment, though, I’m writing to say that I’m on BBC Radio 5 his evening – Saturday 4th June at 22:00 BST – to discuss whether there should be laws to stop children from dressing in provocative ways and from watching certain kinds of music video. I’ll be up against Esther Rantzen and some Tory MP whose name is still unknown.
It will be a phone-in programme, with the ability to receive text messages and e-mails. It’s also broadcast on the Web, so it can be heard all over the world. I’d be most grateful if you could find the time to support me tonight. If you call in, you will probably not get on air. But the weight of texts and e-mails can be impressive – especially if they come from abroad.
Here are the details:
Steve Nolan Show
10pm-Midnight BST, Saturday 4th June 2011
BBC Radio 5
Call 0500 909 693