Last Sunday afternoon I thought I would give my support to the new communal radio station, Jcom.
I was immediately treated to a discussion about a non-kosher restaurant and treif fish. The conversation then turned to the bits of Christmas that the presenters like. They then played a song about a Jewish boy who feels left out of Christmas. Halfway through, I was treated to the “F” word three times. Whilst the presenters stopped the track quickly and apologised, they said: “Perhaps we should have listened to it first.”
For years, we have had our 28 days to prove that we can provide a decent radio station, one worthy of a permanent licence. If this amateur production is what is put out, no wonder we have failed to establish a permanent station. Jeremy Leboff Mead Road, Shenley, Herts WD7