*Prude alert* I gave up on CNN when they started putting women in 4" heels and skirts so tight they curved around their hips and clung to their legs. That and too much makeup, fluff and cleavage to go with the non-news news. I've never forgiven them for trying to make Judy Woodruff dress like a bimbo. I like BBC World. The women newscasters are all different shapes, sizes and colourings, all wearing suits or dresses and jackets, what used to be considered business clothes. Some are fashion forward, all are well dressed. And, yes, there's cleavage, but not the flung in your face kind. Now, if only someone could get PBS to have Gwen Ifill's jackets custom made. The ones she wears are lovely, but way too tight in the upper arms. It can't be comfortable. Here CBC dresses it's newscasters depending on their personalities; I think they choose their clothes and hair, not some studio dresser, and it shows, but they're all covered. Not a spec of fluff, false eyelashes or cut down to there on CBC. CTV is much the same. Can you tell I watch the news, history channel and the Big Bang? Mostly everything else DH likes, I knit through.