Monday 12 November


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Part 1: Hellos & Menu

Parts 2 & 3: Was Entwhistle Right To Resign?
First up: We’re asking if BBC Director General George Entwistle was right to resign when those who falsely implied Lord McAlpine was a paedophile are still in work? Yes Entwhistle’s the main man, the editor in chief of BBC news, but he’s barely got his feet under the desk. Maybe licence payers would have been better served if he had stayed to sort the mess out as Jeremy Paxman said?

We’ll take plenty of your calls on this, before Lisa takes us through the day’s papers

Part 4: Today’s Papers

Part 5: Corrie: Turning A Gay Guy Straight
After that: I want your thoughts on the latest Coronation Street storyline that sees Maria bed gay midwife Marcus. Is there an implication that gay guys can be turned if they meet the right girl? Does that happen in the real world?

Part 6: Is Sexy Schoolgirl Bread Ad Half-Baked?
Moving on: is a bread ad that features a sexy schoolgirl hitching up uniform half-baked? The ad’s attracted a fair few complaints for sexualising young girls -and yet the actress playing the schoolgirl is 18. Britney Spears was 17 when she caused outrage posing in a similar outfit. Are sexy girls in school uniforms now verboten?

Part 7: I’m A Celebrity: Your Verdict
And finally: we’re after your thoughts on this year’s I’m a Celebrity line up: last night’s opening episode saw Helen Flanagan having a meltdown, Nadine on a sinking ship and a no mark posh lad Hugo crying. Is it the best line up yet? Make sure you share your thoughts with the nation.


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Comments (6)

  • Ruth

    over 1 year ago


    I thought the bread ad was appropiate I buy that they were just showing a humourous take on morning conversation. I have been told many times by my dad that my skirt was too short. Even though it was longer than my school said it had to be because I was and am short . I did not see anything sexualised in it.

  • Kayleigh

    over 1 year ago


    The Bread ad of the "sexy school girl in the short skirt", It' Disgusting, inappropriate and twisted! It won't be long till she will start being on Page 3. When i had first seen the ad, i was so disgusted! But unfortunately schools do accept pupils to wear such short skirts! I am 19, so it was not long ago that i was in school. Schools should also change uniform policy. Just makes me think how can people comment saying there is nothing wrong about the ad. Well in fact there is. The way school girls dress these days, there is a chance that they will get into a pedophile ring. attracting pedophiles and pervs, it's like their asking for it.

  • Jenny

    over 1 year ago


    6th Form studentsdon't wear uniform - the actress may be 18 but she is representing a younger pupil and most schools do not allow such short skirts like that one. If schools made the uniform compulsary students would not be able to dress 'how they want'.

  • Anne

    over 1 year ago


    A straight woman and a gay man - does that happen in the real world? yes, it can happen. I married a gay man. He had previously lived with gay partners and was openly gay. . It was real love too and we have now been together for 25 years with no problems.

  • Don Baker

    over 1 year ago

    Don Baker

    Hi Mathew George Entwistle definitely should not have resigned. Lord Patten and he should have remained to sort out the problems

  • mathew

    over 1 year ago


    I dont think the young apprentice candidates are to young and they are not children. they are16 and 17th year olds. 16 year olds join the forces and recieve far more extreme senarios the these teenagers. they are old enough to make there own choice and sometimes programms like this is the only way to get a platform for themselves, because as we all know - banks are not lending