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BBC Radio Shropshire - CFS patient & benefits

Discussion in 'General ME/CFS News' started by V99, Jun 18, 2010.

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    The start is not good, don't listen if you want to avoid anger.
     
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    I felt sorry for the patient, but he wasn't great (I'm sure I wouldn't be either).

    The intro was funny bad. Do you know if there are any audience comments that will come in?
     
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    Unfortunately I have no idea.

    It is so easy for the DWP to brush the media off, when the media are ignorant to the actual issue.
     
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    I listened to quite a lot (forgot to turn it off while doing other things) and there was nothing more on CFS. The presenter was pretty dire.

    I had access to the internet - the greatest mass of informative and beautiful audio ever collated - yet I spent an hour of my life listening to early morning BBC Radio Shropshire.
     
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    :tear::tear::tear: Sorry, that is funny. Well, you won't do that any again in a hurry, and I will take your word for it, and not do it either.:tear::tear::tear:
     

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