This is the first section of a longer audio file (1:14:38) available on our Vimeo channel, here: https://vimeo.com/167623205 On 19 May, the results of a ballot of the members of Muirfield golf course, a prestigious golf course in Scotland, were made public. Our blog piece on the matter, published the same day: j4mb.wordpress.com/2016/05/19/muirfield-to-lose-right-to-host-open-after-vote-against-allowing-women-members/ The ballot asked if members wished to allow women to become members for the first time, and while 64% voted for the proposition, the vote was slightly short of the 67% required for the required change to the club's constitution. Doubtless, given the shame that will have been piled upon the club members, when the matter comes up again for a ballot, an increased number of votes will mean women can become club members. Men appear hard-wired to give up their freedoms in order to appease men-hating women. The liberal media had a predictable field day over the matter, and the BBC in particular. This audio file is the start of a discussion on Stephen Jardine's show on BBC Radio Scotland, and the BBC's view of the matter was evident from the leading question, 'Should Scots be embarrassed about the Muirfield decision?' Prior to my contribution, an inspiring Scottish lady, Elspeth, stoutly and eloquently defended the Muirfield decision (2:01 - 7:20). My own contribution was ended by the presenter after just 129 seconds (8:16 - 10:25) and he didn't engage with my comments. All par for the course for the BBC, pun intended. This audio file ends at this point, but click on the Vimeo link for the subsequent phone-in (from 10:25), which is well worth listening to, if you have the time. The Muirfield decision was welcomed by a substantial number of callers.