I could go on about the decline in technical standards in broadcasting, but I won't.
This is from the BBC's own production guidelines at https://www.dropbox.com/s/sjsjlf4qtm68xc3/TechnicalDeliveryStandardsBBCFile.pdf?dl=0
I've captured the broadcast via get_iplayer.
From today's Money Box programme on Radio 4:
Have a listen to the show at https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/m000vp1h - at 06:25 in.
So - a 'compromised' device can stuff you, big time.
I can see why my mate has his reservations.
Many years ago a now-closed Renault dealer in Huntingdon proudly displayed a 25 'Monaco' that had done 322,000 miles on all-original powertrain components.
And I'd have happily bought it, were it for sale.