This is how Andrew Marr began his programme this morning:
Good morning to you. Events in Paris dominate every single paper today, and I'd like to start this morning by quoting Matthew Parris in The Times. His point is that this will pass, this apparent confrontation between the West and Islamism.
"This is no high noon and none is coming. Our culture and governments are infinitely superior, more competent and more powerful. there is not the remotest chance that fundamentalist Islam will sweep the globe or hobble our free media. We should have more confidence in ourselves than that."
Phew! Well, that's me reassured then. Let's all relax and watch BBC One.
Songs of Praise will be on later. There'll be a bit from Canary Wharf "about a floating church reaching out to the banking community". Sounds like they're already turned into Radio 4's Sunday programme.