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15:42 UK time, Wednesday, 5 March 2008

The photo at the top of your article on February's obituaries describes the late lamented Dave Clark Five singer Mike Smith as the band's "Lead singer and vocalist" [now corrected]. Can someone please explain the difference between these two roles in the band? Does it mean he announced the next song during the gaps between playing them?
Mark Johnson, Manchester

This story mentions a pensioner's "largely solitary conversations with cats Twinkie and Pudsey". Largely?
David, Bagshot, Surrey

Am I alone in being disappointed that this image only contains 9 things?
Robert, Surrey

Jacqueline Wilson is a very successful author as her figures demonstrate, but I can't help but feel that her lamenting children growing up too quickly is due to the fact that her style of fiction is one that children grow out of rapidly.
Christian Cook, Epsom, UK

Chris Morris eat your heart out ("Police duped over fictional drug"), Thames Valley police have put the icing on the "cake" !
Louisa, Leicester, UK

Surely this article is taking the Ashes to Ashes bandwagon a bit far.
Rachel, Leeds

Re "One night out damages hearing", if the professionals who set up music systems often have damaged hearing, it's hardly surprising if they turn up the volume, is it? Perhaps it's time for all sound engineers to have compulsory hearing tests and stop perpetuating the damage down the generations.
John E, Eastleigh, UK

Is there a giant game of space invaders going on in the background of Wales's Big Picture?
David Richerby, Leeds, UK

I don't know about naked surfing (Stuart of Croydon's letter of yesterday), but I often sit in front of the computer in my underpants
Rob Falconer, Llandough, Wales

Is there anyone else that looks out for letters to PM from Stuart, Croydon? He always manages to pick up on those stories that I manage to miss during the working day, like today's naked surfing. A treat for the last hour of work!
Molly, Dorking, UK

If Match of the Day's monthly competition is back, then why are the Cap Com and Punorama still absent from our screens?
Sarah, Bucks
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