M R's line was obviously well rehearsed - it's (CfE) all on track and everybody is behind it. Those teachers that are having 'problems' with CfE can be given 'support' - no doubt a strong 'talking to' by the EdScotPo. Flanagan for the EIS argued for a years' delay - presumably to make up teaching materials etc. for the new courses, which otherwise will not be provided. One caller was a geography teacher who wished to remain anonymous and was clearly not happy with CfE. M R seemed a bit too keen to find out who she was so that she too could be 'helped'. Basically his performance was of the 'cut and run' variety and, other than the sound of his own rather irritating voice, was not interested in what anyone else had to say. The majority of the callers seemed to be behind teachers in their significant concerns over CfE - and there were one or 2 odd-balls of course. Seonag McKinnon (BBC) summed up the situation well - describing the documentation that comes with CfE as 'verbiage'. There is (confusingly) everything in the documentation other than what teachers actually need to do their job, i.e. the teaching and assessment materials. The assumption seems to be that teachers will knock that stuff up (in their spare time and of course free of charge) while running and maintaining all the old courses. M R seemed to suggest that such material is already there - teachers just have not been able to find it duh!