Now, as you know, I've had some difficulties at times, on radio interviews, including being thrown off the World Service.
And many of you have complained, endlessly, and ceaselessly, about media bias and bigotry about women, mothers, and breastfeeding. You've written, phone, emailed and blogged your outrage and demand higher quality from both the BBC, and their journalists.
Well, today you have a brilliant opportunity, to write in and thank them for just that - excellent quality and an excellent journalist.
Penny Smith, who conducted my interview today, is responsible for how good it was. The research team at BBC London, who phoned me this morning at 8.05am, are responsible for how good it was.
Good journalism. An excellent intro by Penny Smith, and her letting me speak without attacking, belittling, taking exception or holding me and other women up to ridicule.
This is EXACTLY the standard we look for from the BBC. And if we want to see more of it, we need to make our voices heard. It's easy to be the one that always complains. It's harder to be the one to take the time and effort to say 'Well Done". It easy to pick up the phone and rant, when you are inflamed. It's easy to email, when you're in a temper. The temper drives you.
Finding time to sit down and say "Great" in a busy day is harder. Please try and find that time.
The interview can be heard HERE. Go to 1.29 on the cursor. The item starts at 1.29 and finishes at 1.40.
Please email Penny Smith and say 'Thank You'. Please email the Vanessa Feltz Show, and say "Penny was great this morning."
Please email BBC London, and say "Great Job" for Penny Smith this morning. 10.30 am, BBC London, Friday May 11th.
AND (Really Important)
Please email, write or phone the BBC central line, and do the same. If you want to see better coverage, real journalism, and good interviews, you have to tell them when they did it right! Please? Now? Thank you!