Following on from my post yesterday, I note that this morning's Today took up the Sunday Times story about Labour and the release of al-Megrahi and put strong questions about it to...Nicola Sturgeon of the SNP.
Jim Naughtie's interview scored a lowish I.C. of 0.4, but it was not friendly in tone.
The only other interviewee on the subject was Oliver Miles , chairman of the Libyan British Business Council, who didn't think there was a business deal between Britain and the Libyan government, but suspected a political deal. He got less than 2 minutes.