With the return of the Daily Politics Mug and Some more Friday fun, can Punorama and Caption Comp be far behind?
John, Sevenoaks, England
I may not be the first to notice this,. but why does the BBC always insist on using contradicting stories. "Six-minute nap 'may boost memory' " but "Regular unintentional daytime dozing may be an early warning sign of stroke"
Having watched the video demonstrating the rubber that 'heals itself' I had to glance at the calendar to check it wasn't April Fools' Day. Surely the hands in the video are simply running along the rubber, not, in fact, stretching it at all? Don't even get me started on the 1950s close shot/open new shot (with new rubber band?) style of the clip.
Emma, Geneva, Switzerland
Re: "hazellove" (Wednesday's letters) from Brighton's comment about the £17.85 starter. Surely she's not so blindsided by the filthy language to notice that £17.85 is for 3 starters, and therefore the meatballs are £5.95. I'm wondering why they ordered 2 1/2 wings, instead of just ordering a whole wing?
Anthony Deane, Cambridge, UK
It would be very ironic if the USA were to take its own steroid-filled beef to the Olympics in order to avoid the Chinese hormone-filled chickens.
Colin Main, Berkhamsted, UK
Regarding the story Spices offer to sing for Mandela, didn't the man suffer enough at Robben Island?
Rusty, Montreal, Canada
I just want a free, magazine from you. That is all i wanted from you.
Lawrence, Lagos, Nigeria