On BBC 1 now (so will be on catchup).
Really interesting talk about how the vaccine was developed and why/how it was done quickly.
It answers a lot of the usual questions from the anti-vaxxers who don't think it took long enough.
Why did the ITV anchor draw huge amounts of attention to the green laser pointed at Schmeichel when the last time it happened (Rooney) it turned out to be a press camera range-finder?
The commentary is bad enough as it is.
BBC should just do all England games.
Why do the commentators bother with the apology when no-one does anything about it?
If the swearing is a problem then why can't the referees issue a yellow card.
Put the responsibility on the players rather than the TV companies.
Not sure if the title helps at all but this is a dinky little tool for finding a musical path between two artists on Spotify.
Not every artist is available but I've found some interesing stuff while messing around.
Boil the Frog
Oh no, hang on, it was the Vaccines Minister, Nadim Zahawi, twice telling interviewers that April came before March to show how the March 8th date for school opening was fine.
For some reason it isn't headline news...
Traore bursting into the box. Takes a tumble. Gets a yellow for simulation.
Replays show he got his foot trodden on.
VAR check takes place.
How is it NOT a penalty?
Even if the "clear and obvious" bar isn't met for the penalty (which would imply the ref saw the foul but decided not to give...
Ben White makes a wonderful tackle which the ref thinks is a foul worthy of a yellow.
VAR does a check to see if it should be red and sees that it is clearly a good tackle and not a foul.
Liverpool put the ball in the net from the free-kick (ruled out for offside, but not the point).