Here we go again. The programme can be listened to here, and the item in question starts at about 22.20 in the audio file. There is so much BS - unchallenged as usual - that I hardly know where to start in criticising it, and don't have time at present. A thought that comes to mind is that it is easy for psychoquackery to be spouted and accepted despite there being no evidence - of a quality required in science - to support it. Another is that the lack of medical evidence for disease does not mean that there is no physical disease, but that the appropriate tests may not be being done. Moss-Morris even tries to 'understand' our anger. Can't you just feel the gentle pat on your seething head? And she is keen to stress that doctors should not order too many tests... I would be interested in @charles shepherd's views on this, as he has previously commented on tests provided on the NHS for suspected ME/CFS. Note, however, that Moss-Morris has avoided mentioning ME/CFS this time. Unlike in her other appearances this year on the lecture circuit, I believe. You can contact the programme using the contact details here. I have never had any proper replies to my own emails to the programme.