Hugh Oxford, the man who thinks life gets worse for homosexuals as they get more rights, continues to perform a valuable service for Biased BBC: Spotting Pink Plots among the dense jungle of programme listings.
The News Quiz
A radio programme.
Sandi Toksvig chairs.
You can buy them at IKEA. In Denmark.
The panel includes Jeremy Hardy, Paul Sinha and Sue Perkins.
Might be worth a listen.
Presumably they're each a quarter straight, then...
That's "diversity" for you.
Let's campaign for a quota: One gay for every nine straights? Or Don't Ask, Don't Tell?
Oh, wait…Perkins didn't actually appear. Replaced by two heterosexuals, Hugo Rifkind and Miles Jupp.
A close call, though, for the nation's well-being. Thank God for men like Hugh.
And Biased BBC.