Read this: John Humphrys says Thought for the Day message 'deeply boring'
Summary: In an interview for the Radio Times, Humphrys and his Today co-presenters were asked how it felt to have to pause the programme for Thought for the Day. The majority of contributors to Thought for the Day are Christian, although there are regular Muslim and Jewish contributors and occasional Hindus, Sikhs and Buddhists. - www.theguardian.comwww.theguardian.comJohn Humphrys says Thought for the Day m…
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Thought For The Day is a bit like the Sea Area Weather Forecast For Fishing, you don't have to be a church goer or a fisherman/woman to either enjoy or respect these short intermissions, running through the years and causing more good than harm to everyone!
Let's face it, Thought For The Day is a lot less boring than some of the current political topics argued over on the Today programme & other morning current affairs morning programme in the BBC regions!
Retain some charm on BBC Radio 4, keep Thought For The Day, along with Choral Evensong over on BBC Radio 3...
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