I sat down to watch the BBC's 'Made in Britain' programme. I thought it would be about the UK's manufacturing industry. In fact it was idiotic. Needless to say it followed the BBC's unvarying policy of making everyprogramme achingly politically correct, and in doing so seemed to lose its way. The protagonists were as usual chosen for their diversity rather than their talents. A very slender, very young female blacksmith (why not have someone with more experience?) a leather worker who just by some chance happened to be Afro-Caribbean, a bloke who appeared to be an effeminate homosexual, and oh I don't know thereafter because I switched over to Quest to watch something sensible. All I want is a sensible programme made without an irrelevant agenda. I've got nothing against slender inexperienced female blacksmiths, coloured gents, and homosexuals (some of my best friends are young slender female Afro-Caribbean homosexual blacksmiths) but I object to being led by the nose into the BBC's fantasy world where it's normal for every second person you meet to be either black, brown, gay, bisexual, transvestite, transsexual, or whatever category they decide to push at us next.