Radio and blogs
My radio listening alternates between two BBC stations - Five and Four. (Can you tell I'm not into music?) I tend to switch off Four when the dramas come on - particularly The Archers! - as they always seem to consist of women crying or sobbing or screaming, or annoying posh accents - what Australians call "plum in the mouth" voices. I switch off Five when the football commentary drives me mad, or they've got motor-racing on - more irritating noises, or that hideous shouty Saturday morning programme.
I must thus have missed Five's report on blogging. There's an account here by the made-famous-by-reality-TV reporter, Saira Khan. (That's purely a statement of fact - good on her if she found a route to a new life that way.)
She wants to know about blogging communities, if anyone wants to take up the challenge.
Found indirectly via - I've forgotten the route now - via Tim Worstall's weekly Britblog round-up. (Don't miss the live blogging of last week's plane drama - unlike any live blog you've seen before.)