This month it is two hundred years since the birth of Kierkegaard. The Third Programme that was would have been all over him at such a time. But to-day we seek his name in vain at the B.B.C. interweb site. Both "Radio 3" and "Radio 4" (the Home Service that was) are profoundly silent on the Kierkegaard question. Is the Corporation then a rudderless ship?
It is possible, Sydney Grew, that Søren Kierkegaard (1813-55) has fallen out of fashion over more recent years. I never came across him at school (my education had a scientific bias), and apart from the odd theological discussion over the decades, have never really had cause to look him up. Are you an admirer of Kierkegaard's philosophy, Sydney Grew?