Think Humanist alternative 'Thought For The Day' podcasts are now also available on iTunes (including my one on death, Stewart Lee's on re-using religious myths and Anthony Grayling's on not tolerating the intolerant). BBC Radio 4 are still intent on providing religious propaganda without the balance of an occasional non-religious perspective in this slot - this within the 'Today' programme which is obliged to provide balanced reporting. 'Thought For The Day' now looks (and often sounds) like an anachronism. How long can this continue? It isn't the most pressing issue for Humanists, but it is still irritating.