Never mind Diversity, TfL's underground ticket machines should be competing on Britain's Got Talent. Thanks to a software upgrade, the cosmopolitan consoles are now conversant in 17 languages (as long as the conversation is about ticket pricing). Previously, the machines could only cope with English, French, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish. An ecumenical enhancement will cater for speakers of Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Urdu, Polish, Punjabi, Tamil and Turkish. According to the BBC, over 300 languages are spoken in London, so there's still a long way to go before everyone has the joy of buying a ticket in their own native tongue. We're surprised that our city's original language of Latin hasn't made the upgrade, especially given the Mayor's proclivity for classicism. Anyone know how to say 'A one day travel card for zones 1 and 2' in Caesar's tongue? Image ㅁboy.