Following the great kitty-naming scandal? Nope, nor me. I had vaguely gathered, however, that BBC producers were reluctant to call the moggy "Cookie" owing to some link to childhood obesity.
I was put straight, however, by a letter in this morning's Times. I quote;
Sirs, The reason Cookie is considered to be a risque name for a cat is that it is short for "cooking fat", which is, of course, a spoonerism. Glyn Jones, Devon.
I don't know what's more shocking - that Blue Peter producers should be caught lying or that they - surely the custodians of all that is good, and decent and (let's be honest) middle class in our society - are familiar with such filthy word play.