Dear Ms. Whitburn,
As a long-standing listener to “The Archers”, I write to say how utterly ridiculous I am finding the current “Shula affair” storyline:
The character simply does not come across as a "femme fatale":  She is boring and has no sense of humour [except when she giggles irritatingly with Caroline over the misfortunes of others].  She is in some seventies time warp as she [a] never buys a round of drinks and [b] only feeds her men pasta and quiche.
And how come there are three single, decent, fortyish, professional men [Richard, Graham and Alistair] in the
Well, if Shula does not want the lovely Alistair, dear Ms. Whitburn, I suggest that you pop him on a train to
UPDATE: I'm rather glad I didn't take Alistair under my wing now, as he has become a rather sly character who gambles away the family silver. But so would most men, if they were married to Shula!
I only posted this because it's gone quiet over here!