BBC Trustees - at least some of them - are still picking away at Director General Lord Hall over mumbling. For the third meeting in a row, they've got minuted about lack of audibility and clarity in tv drama.
"Trust members asked the Director-General about the issue of television
sound quality, and he reported that work was continuing across
Television and Engineering to ensure that audibility requirements were
well understood by all suppliers and commissioners."
Meanwhile Lord Hall still tries to make a point of visiting BBC outposts on Fridays. This week, it was Wimbledon, finishing with a spell in the Royal Box, just behind Prince Andrew...