Sorry to be boring, but there’s not much to report. It’s been a quiet week.
However, we are still receiving many questions for David each day. Unfortunately we are not considering any more just yet, as we have literally pages and pages of queries that we’d like to try to get through before thinking about any others. If you have written in already, then we have received your question, so there’s no need to send it to us again. We will let you know when we will be considering more, so please keep thinking of good ones and hold onto them for the time being. Thanks.
Also, if you find that your blog comments have been edited, then there is always good reason for our doing so.
We don’t care for rumours here, only facts. We do not wish to encourage the circulation of false stories (there are enough of those going around) and we seek to dispel myths as quickly as possible. This often takes time, so you might find that publication of your post is delayed until we can get an official answer.
We try to post as many comments as possible, so some simply have to be edited. First and foremost, we edit posts which contain your home addresses, telephone numbers and links to websites (particularly those containing copyrighted material). Anything deemed overly and unnecessarily offensive will be edited (if not deleted), as will lengthy, off-topic posts of a personal nature.
At the risk of encouraging yet more accusations of being ‘condescending’, one or two individuals are starting to take liberties and will find their posts edited more and more until they can either change their tone to one that’s more appropriate or are banned from posting completely. We know that seems harsh, but it’s how it is.
So please, let’s all be light-hearted, but remember that there have to be some rules. Thanks.
Now if you’re quick, BBC Radio 2’s Richard Allinson is currently taking ‘On An Island’ requests until 5PM UK time, so please let him know that you want him to play the full album version, not the single edit!
He will definitely play the fantastic title track from David’s new album in some shape or form, so listen online at BBC Radio 2 for details on how to text or e-mail the show.
Have a great weekend, everyone.