BBC presenter Clive Anderson will host a half-hour show about Wikipedia, entitled "The Wikipedia Story". The show, scheduled to air on Tuesday, July 24 at 11:30 a.m. British Summer Time (10:30 a.m. UTC) on BBC Radio 4, is described as "[asking] whether Wikipedia is a valuable source of human knowledge or a symptom of the spread of mediocrity." It includes interviews from Jimmy Wales, Larry Sanger, former Britannica editor-in-chief Robert McHenry, Web 2.0 critic Andrew Keen, and singer Mike Scott, who was involved in an edit war on his own article . The show will be available on BBC Radio 4's website (RealAudio link) or available as a podcast (Radio 4 Choice podcast) for about a week after its original airing.
21. It should be noted that the reference to the web site www.armeniapedia.org (the web site) is taken to be a reference to what I understand the parties to accept is a linked web site to the web site known as "Wikipedia".
The court appeared to have assumed that Armeniapedia.org was the same as, or related to, Wikipedia; some of the court's individual findings are questions about the reliability of Wikipedia, not Armeniapedia.