To work at the BBC you have to be gay, black AND/OR a woman
And thus with one quote in The Sun Rik Mayall finally disabuses me of the notion that I was going to somehow leap from my current new media world into the murky world of TV. *Sigh*.
Just one thing though - the quote in the article is "You have to be black, homosexual and a woman to work at the BBC" yet the headline is "To work at BBC you have to be gay, black or a woman". Maybe it is just the advanced search nerd in me, but surely the difference between AND/OR in those sentences changes the meaning considerably?