Turfing Trafalgar Square to draw attention to London's green areas? Isn't that a bit like asking Bruce Forsyth/Terry Wogan/Paul Daniels (or insert your favourite celebrity rug here) to front a campaign for hair?
Christian Cook, Epsom, UK
I was just wondering - technically speaking, would there ever need to be more than one time travellers’ convention?
Pascal, Grand Union Canal, Cowley, UK
After the 15 million v 16 million visitor problem, how many readers do you think will want to point out that one-tenth is less than a quarter (7 days 7 questions)? And also why do people looking for four bedrooms or above seem to make up about 80% of participants on TV shows?
Re 7 days 7 questions. I suspect that the question about the meaning of Angelina Jolie's latest tattoo would have been a little harder had you not included a picture in which it's clear and legible. Can we expect similar hints in future quizzes?
Re the Friday Challenge, in my experience, most fourth bedrooms are not even big enough for a single bed.
Basil Long, Newark Notts
In her letter, Naomi picked up on the term "sex swap" for sex change. Inspired by this, I read the article. I wonder how long the sex change took to complete, because Ms Bailey seems to have lost all track of time - she is quoted as saying "We thought 'we're transgender, but this is the 20th century, this is Cambridge, this is not an issue any more'."
PJ, West Yorks, thelbiq.co.uk
Dear Monitor, would you please run the following ad for me:
"Middle-aged man with access to confectionery wholesaler, wishes to meet Naomi's colleague. Object, exchange of calories." (Thursday letters).
David from Manchester (Thursday letters) might like to know that the Milton Keynes pronunciation error is more similar than it seems. Maynard's surname is also derived from the Cahaines name.
Re font pedantry (Thursday letters). Actually Kaz, it's a type family. It becomes a type face when it is bold or italic and then, as you say, a type font when a point size is applied.
Christian Cook, Epsom
Will someone please save the Foreign Office from a deluge of even more Freedom of Information requests by telling us just how many Ferrero Rochers its ambassadors have enjoyed? I'm intrigued.
Please, please, can Paper Monitor promise to keep his/her column a Big Brother free zone? It may be the only escape we get all summer...
I was most disappointed with the options for “Are you looking forward to Big Brother's eighth series?” vote on the entertainment page. Surely better options than “yes” and “no” would have been:
No, I am not
No, I have already boycotted Channel 4 to avoid even the adverts
Not another one, I may kill myself
I'm getting married tomorrow and am too nervous to think of a caption.