I see Matthew Price and Tina Daheley are still doing their daily podcast Beyond Today.
Monday's edition asked the question Australian fires: who is to blame? The programme blamed the Australian government, the country's coal industry and, of course, Trump.
There wasn't even a single mention of arson.
So what's Beyond Today like these days? Well, it's the kind of BBC programme where the presenter, here Matthew Price, can say things like this:
One of the things that makes this even sadder for a lot of Australians is that it almost feels a bit self-inflicted. The country's carbon footprint is massive. Australia's the third-largest exporter of fossil fuels. Every day you get these ships full of coal making their way out past the Great Barrier Reef heading up to China. Now, the climate change deniers - and some of them are in the Australian government - they say there is no link between their coal industry and the fires. They're wrong of course.
Wonder how big its audience is?