Welcome to the Tweet-o-Drome
Good grief. And there I was spitting at Today on Tuesday when it seemed to turn into iPM breakfast (iAM??) with some random woman spouting out inchoate views on whether people should try to self treat before going to see the doctor.
Didn't the Now Show try this a while back and get an email from a listener saying that they'd started listening to keep up with British Current Affairs but had been shocked to learn later that it contained elements of satire and/or humour? I've a feeling a similar result may come of this with elements of news...
Then again, from the odd bits I catch on the World Service, their letters tend to be of the wide-eyed isn't radio wonderful variety, or genuinely interesting. If the latter category keeps their end up, this might stand a chance. Not that I think for a second that it will - more likely is an international version of Go 4 It, the reason I discovered 6 Music :o