That's it: I'm never going to listen again. I have it as my default station on my bedside digital radio: Classic FM in the vain hope that they wil, at some time, play something I don't know, instead of churning out all the usual classical dross over and over again. And then there's the adverts repeated time and time again......hernias, traffic jams, cashing in your endowment mortgage etc etc. Anyway, this morning I reached over and pressed the on switch and in that dream-filled half-awake time, strains of a tune I thought I knew trickled into my brain and the two tried to mesh. Eventually they did and I woke with a jolt, coming to the startling realisation that what I was listening to was a classical version of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' complete with treacly Mantovani-like strings and aahhhh-ing choir in the background. After too long it finished and the female announcer announced that it was played by the LSO and the London Voices - shame on them! She further revealed that when Freddie Mercury's mother heard this, she is purported to have cried. This does not surprise me: I nearly did too.