Am a bit disappointed over the latest programme to one of my favourite podcasts "No such thing as a fish". It is a popular podcast with all sorts of fun facts made by researchers of the BBC-programme QI. In an interesting conversation about how other senses than hearing can influence our perception of music, suddenly a guest in the programme Tim Minchin (whom google says is an Australian musician and comedian?) starts talking about CFS as an example of how soma and psyche are intertwined. "If you have someone with one of those umbrella diagnosis like chronic fatigue, there'll be this outrage if anyone suggests there is a psychological element to their disease... These people want it desperately to be a tick or some kind of pathogen but if you tell them its neurological they're like - no it's not all in my head. But it doesn't matter, it's all in your head in the end" I know there are numerous examples of this devastating misunderstanding of ME-patients and science on ME. But so sad that misconception is shared also by this otherwise funny and entertaining podcast. If you want to hear, the conversation on CFS starts approximately 18.45. It lasts only a few minutes.