Welsh rarebit in MW comment

In Nick Irvine’s otherwise excellent piece on the “Power of commercial radio as a public service” (MW last week), it was debated whether the panic petrol-buying caused by radio station Red Dragon FM might prove how “the English will believe any old rubbish just for the chance to queue”.

My guess is that this proves nothing of the sort, especially since the station in question broadcasts to the Cardiff/Newport area – both of which are in Wales. Not that the name Red Dragon should be any kind of clue or anything!

Simon Sanders

Marketing manager

Market Tiers 4DC

London EC1

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