Article on BBC News just now about the killing of a teenager in Londonderry by a British soldier in 1972 referred to Londonderry as Derry three times without mentioning Londonderry at all. What is the official BBC strategy on this rather touchy topic?
For lovers of this pearl of a beach it is apparently being shown tonight at 7:30 on BBC4 in "National Treasures of Wales". So many happy memories there as a kid, and later in life to take my own girls there to see the dolphins off the headland.
Absolutely magic place. No wonder Rhod Morgan had the Welsh "Chequers" in the Caravan Park.
What is it with these Balkan, and Easter Europeans that they think it is OK to do this? Hope UEFA slap them with some sort of decent penalty like a points deduction, or home crowd ban for their next game minimum.
We all know Bale is a tidy footballer, playing for a club with a very demanding fan-base expecting him to replace the goal supplying genius that is Ronaldo, but should they really be expected to kiss his feet..? ...I don't think so.
Hope you will be munching on your raw leeks and doing some weird, made up folk dancing, whilst wearing a tweed waistcoat and a flat cap, like me later on. Used to love having the afternoon off school on St David's Day.
Goal disallowed for Derby against Southampton in the first half via VAR because of obvious off side. However, nearly all the pundits decry it as a travesty of a decision,and absolutely panning VAR. Anyone else see it? I thought it was clear cut, or am I half cut?