This week: a fair phone & when not to use it, a faithful woman, a great supermarket, football memories, and me on TV
The weather up here still isn't summer but the light stays around for hours and when you're cycling around Arthur's Seat and this comes into view, everything is great.
If you've wanted a mobile phone that is kinder to the planet and people on it, you may find James Vincent's report on Fairphone 2 of interest.
Whatever phone you have, Tony Reinke makes a strong case for not letting it be the first thing you look at in the morning.
The life and faith and Saviour of Elizabeth Eliot, who recently departed this life, is celebrated by Kay Warren.
Geoffrey Lean has visited the supermarket that helps solve food waste and poverty.
Pavarotti's voice, Schillaci's eyes, Gazza's tears... Amy Lawrence remembers all that and more from Italia '90, the World Cup that gave us modern football.
It seems that I may have been the star of an advert on TV without even realising I was in it. Or maybe the guy here just looks a bit like me. You decide...