So, you're driving home, or cooking the tea or whatever and you're listening to PM on Radio 4 and Eddie Mair says "send us a sentence of your news about your week".
And you think, what IS he on about? (I find smiling and nodding politely in meetings usually works but this is tricky for you because you've no eye contact).
Well here's how it works - you send in a single sentence, can be funny, silly or serious, we compile them into a bulletin and invite some lovely BBC star to read it out.
This is the bulletin from last week read by Wimbledon commentator Barry Davies (above).
After spending 3 years designing a wooden toy soldier, I made one and sent it to the Museum of the Royal Danish Lifeguards in Copenhagen.
I got made redundant last November and this week I published my first book - it's a diary about caravaning.
On Thursday I applied for a spouse visa so I can move to Japan.
Been fighting the UK Banks for 6 months to save our company and its 200 employees. We finally won this week but I've no sense of pride, just an understanding of how lost our Banks have become.
Yesterday, I was discharged by the consultant seven weeks after a successful hip replacement; fully mobile, no pain, and no infections. Thank you NHS!
First week back at work after a year's maternity leave. I miss my little girl, but I think a noisy building site is still quieter than a screeching baby.
Had my 50th birthday, quit my job the next day, now self employed and already got a first piece of work.
Bouncing out of bed fully awake is my default again after giving up alcohol six weeks ago and getting off the slippery-slope supermarket booze aisle after four years of trying.
I fell in love With Sue from Bath.