David Kuo official written warning,
dated 1st July 2004.
Dear Mr Kuo,
You are employed by the BBC to entertain
the listeners of radio London and to give the latest financial news at
7:15 every morning.
On Thursday 1st July 2004, you
brought us 2 stories. One about a dream machine and one about Estée
Lauder. Yet the main financial story on all major networks
including your own was the chairman of Sainsbury's 'standing down'.
This comes on the top of a number
of other serious breaches of contract, including not being able to
sing a song all the way through and not being able to calculate
the percent increase in profit when a company’s profit rises from
£75m to £100m.
If you are unable to get the latest
stories may we suggest that you wake up a little earlier and listen
to ‘Wake up to money’ with Guy Ruddle and Mickey Clark so that you
can have the latest financial news?
We don't expect this type of work
from someone who claims to have a PhD in Chemistry from Imperial
College, please take this notice as your first official written
From the Listeners to the Danny Baker