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Postcodes!

Eddie Mair | 14:14 UK time, Tuesday, 11 December 2007

Well, at time of writing we have received more than seven thousand postcodes from PM listeners in the UK and around the world letting us know where they are when they're listening to us. In tonight's programme, Chris from iPM - we call him Mr Blog - will join me to talk about how we're going to use the information.

If you haven't yet sent us yours, there's still plenty time. Saturday is only the start of our project to put listeners on our map...we will add more postcodes as they come in.

Here are the details about how to send us yours.

Comments

  1. At 04:08 PM on 11 Dec 2007, Tony wrote:

    I listen to PM as I drive home so the postcode varies - what do you suggest?

  2. At 04:09 PM on 11 Dec 2007, jonnie wrote:

    Of course this is quite an appauling response.

    Let's say that PM gets 'around' 2 million listeners.

    This roughly means that One million, nine hundred and ninety three thousand people even haven't bothered or think it's pointless!

  3. At 04:15 PM on 11 Dec 2007, jonnie wrote:

    Of course this is quite an appauling response.

    Let's say that PM gets 'around' 2 million listeners.

    This roughly means that One million, nine hundred and ninety three thousand people even haven't bothered or think it's pointless!

  4. At 04:18 PM on 11 Dec 2007, jonnie wrote:

    Of course this is quite an appauling response.

    Let's say that PM gets 'around' 2 million listeners.

    This roughly means that One million, nine hundred and ninety three thousand people even haven't bothered or think it's pointless!

  5. At 05:25 PM on 11 Dec 2007, John Wilson wrote:

    Tony (1),

    Send your car registration number in :)

  6. At 06:16 PM on 11 Dec 2007, Diane Stone wrote:

    Tony(1)

    Do you know the postcodes of all zones you pass through? If so, send them all in and swell the numbers - thus satisfying Jonnie

  7. At 03:50 PM on 12 Dec 2007, Tony wrote:

    Diane (6)

    Sometimes I go home along a different route - should I allow for them too?

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