While you're enjoying your summer weekend, spare a thought for Radio 3 presenter Petroc Trelawny, who is spending his in a Zimbabwe jail.
According to the Daily Telegraph, he was generously compering a Bulawayo music festival for free when he was arrested for not having a work permit.
A New Zealand journalist recently released from prison in Zimbabwe was "strip-searched and kept in a cramped and filthy cell with 38 other prisoners". His crime? Nothing more serious than reporting without accreditation. "I was at the mercy of a system where laws are bent to fit politics and human rights are regularly disregarded," he said.
Petroc is receiving consular assistance and is expected to be let out on Monday.
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