Discussing between 9.50am & 10am this morning with BBC Radio Tees, John Foster, Vince Miller, Steward at Manchester United being ‘axed’ for supposedly calling a female colleague ‘Love’ ….. if correct, has Political Correctness going too far?
Posh Words, as Per Tatler’s piece 16.30pm today. Can’t believe I’m discussing this yet again today. Do hate this word POSH!! This Time with Tony Livesy on BBC RADIO 5 LIVE Drive Time.
Hopefully my train from Scotland will arrive in time for me to be able to join Malcolm Boyden 12 Noon today, on his show this morning to discuss the do’s & don’ts of dinner party etiquette…. including the usual debate of using mobile phones at the dining table!
Still on my mountain top, in Verbier, however couldn’t resist accepting SKY TV’s invitation to do a SKYPE interview tojoin their discussion today at 2.30pm, as I am amazed to learn the Royal Enclosure Dress Code have introduced ‘jumpsuits’ as acceptable for women! Next Men in onesie morning suits….. I wonder??
BBC Breakfast, Radio Surrey 7.20am Liz Brewer discusses with presenters James Cannon & Suzanne Bamborough 7.20am re: Eating during theatre performance
The Harold Pinter Theatre sent out the request to those who had bought tickets to Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
“Out of consideration for the actors and fellow audience members, we ask that no food be consumed during the performance.”
“You may purchase food at the theatre bars to enjoy before the show, or during the interval.
“Drinks purchased at the bar areas may only be taken inside the auditorium in plastic containers provided by the venue staff.”
It is thought to be the first West End show to make such a request.
It follows calls from one of the show’s stars, Imelda Staunton, for food consumption to be banned in theatres.