British Christian Radio Station Warned

London-based Premier Christian Radio has been given a "yellow card" by the Radio Authority for a number of breaches of program rules, including criticism of other religions, reports The Guardian, UK. The station was criticized in part for allowing a speaker to say that it was a "crazy idea" that homosexuals could be good Christians. Another rule violation the Radio Authority cited was an instance where the Koran and the holy books of Hindus and Buddhists were described as "full of superstition and absurdities." The watchdog's program code does not allow religious beliefs to be denigrated or attacked.