Evil communications corrupt good manners.
The brilliantly successful programme to land a spacecraft on a comet has come to an end. Contact has been lost with the module and there is no possibility of its being re-established.
So – the ineffably fatuous BBC Radio Four programme Inside Science, presented by Adam Rutherford, mourned this moment of loss, said how touching and evocative the whole experience had been
So – how does the BBC do “touching” and “evocative”?
By saying goodbye to the spacecraft by means of five or six extracts of rock music
I thought; O music of the circling spheres, accept this audible filth, our only tribute