I WAS interested in Jeff Sheen's letter (January 23) about bad language on radio.
It made me smile.
When I worked in radio in the late 1940s, one of the programs I conducted was a session to send greetings to people who were ill, or were in hospital.
Management came storming into the studio one afternoon to chastise me.
I had used the word 'pregnant' on air. Shock, horror!
This was not an acceptable word to use on public radio.
I should have used 'expecting'.
What a difference the years make - and certainly not always for the better.