was never intended to replace the emailed newsletter, but since, patently, the BBC cannot manage to send emailed newsletters, it's going to have to - for now at least. Thanks if you took the trouble to send an email alerting us to when yours arrived. Midnight was quite popular.
People are very good-natured about it, but we really should be doing it properly or not at all. So for now - until someone with letters after their name assures me it's going to work - we won't bother. I apologise.
The programme tonight will touch once again on the hanging of Saddam. Tony Blair's spokesman has just said something about it - but not what some people wanted to hear. We've our eye on the young Brit who's about to successfully sail the Atlantic on his own. Nils Blythe is heading to a Little Chef (when did you last eat in one?) and we'll talk about pantomimes. Why not? We appear in one every night.