Hopefully, this will be of interest to traders who listen to Radio 4 on Britain's BBC radio: Radio 4 is intending to scrap its morning theme tune that goes out at 5.30 AM each morning. If there are any traders out there who trade the London markets, and find this music of great comfort to listen to at the start of the day - and don't want it given the chop - could you please sign the petition to keep it at: www.savetheradio4theme.co.uk You can also listen to the music on a page at this site. And since the announcement (which I think was only yesterday) they have had over 3000 signitures. Radio 4 also has a Message Board on the subject which is getting lots of comments: www.bbc.co.uk I've posted this plea also on another traders forum. Hopefully between these two great sites that span the Atlantic our signitures may make a difference. Thanks for reading, and here's some extra info from the BBC: "...played daily for 33 years at 0530, the five-minute medley of English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish tunes will be replaced by a news bulletin. One listener, writing on the station's internet messageboard, claimed to have burst into tears upon hearing the news. Radio 4 controller Mark Damazer had predicted a protest but believed its replacement would suit the audience. The theme includes Danny Boy, What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor?, Scotland the Brave, Rule Britannia, Men of Harlech, Greensleeves, Londonderry Air and Early One Morning...."