Saturday, 10 January 2015

The Curious Case of the Disappearing Thought

As mentioned in the previous post there was an apparently (I only caught the tail end of it) sane and balanced talk by Prof. Mona Siddiqui on the events in Paris broadcast in the thought for the day slot of BBC radio 4's Today program.

Siddiqui, who is Professor of Islamic and Interreligious Studies at the University of Edinburgh gave her talk at 07:48 on Thursday the 8th, the day following the Charlie Hebdo atrocity.

Thoughts for the day  are usually available to listen to again, read the text thereof, obtain the embed code or to download as a podcast the next day - this all stopped following Professor Siddiqui's item as you can see by following the link above.

We will bring you the talk as soon as the BBC deign to make it available, as to why they haven't done so already a number of possibilities spring to mind (but then that's what minds do).

UPDATE, This finally became available mid-morning on Monday the 12th!

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