Love how Chris Moyles, the BBC's longest serving Radio 1 Breakfast DJ, is not "a morning person".
Jo K, London
"I'm very, very moody first thing in the morning," he said. "I'm not a morning person."
So.. umm... why do a BREAKFAST show? Oh yeah, because you get paid half a million quid! He should be the one showing respect to his listeners (I am not one of them, I should point out) whose loyalty has kept him on the airwaves.
Jennie F, Leeds, UK
Re Hamlet and finding ways to keep "To be or not to be" fresh. I have to admit that Jude Law was one of the best Hamlet's I have see after Kenneth Branagh. I never expected him to be, but he was really amazing, better than David Tenant.
Joanna Jones @BBC News Magazine
Crikey, Teresa Lewis doesn't stand much chance with this legal team: "With an IQ of just 72, both her current legal team and death penalty opponents..." Ah, the dangling modifier.
Alex , Edinburgh
Re The perils of earning a £100,000 salary: Envy is pernicious - we are all tested in different ways - some are tested through poverty, some through wealth, some through beauty & some through ugliness, some though genius & others through mediocrity. Having said that I like Spike Milligan's comment: "All I ask is the chance to prove that money doesn't make you happy".
Ashley Pearson @BBC News Magazine
Re Why this is going to be a particularly bountiful autumn: I have already harvested blackberries, elderberries, rosehips, sloes, whortleberries (look it up!) and apples, all in vast quantites and have made a large batch of Hedgerow Jam (yum yum) as well as several pies. I love autumn.
Katie Bourn @BBC News Magazine