so are they after the momentum mob viewing figures instead of the radio 4 listeners then?T
As I've mentioned before it might be more than the pres and the editor that go. NN is pretty much under review and this won't help.
NN have also got into trouble for laying into Corbyn but it's not bias that will see them off
it's viewing figures.
courtney love walt.
There's more than a hint of Gotterdammerung about those c8nts: wrong in June 2016, Trumps landslide, Boris and his 80 seat majority.it’s not news. It’s opinion
They must have seen the Arrse thread about itHaha, the BBC can't report the news properly as they are coming out with stories like this:
Next they will be reviewing x-ray specs from the 1970's comic adverts. No wonder people are sick of paying for a BBC
How wrong can you be matey... Emily needed to wash her hair or cook the dinner or something and asked for the night off.BBC have binned Emily off Newsnight.
I feel I ought to write a strongly worded letter about something, to someone.
I'm not mad about a great deal of the BBC's output and it is faaaaaaaaaaaaar too big and its funding method is iniquitous and moribund, but we don't really want to throw the baby out with the bathwater.
I've just been listening to a very interesting programme on R4 about sub-postmasters who have lost their jobs, livelihood and acquired criminal records as the result, it is being argued, of a highly suspect computerised internal accounting system.
As quite often happens, Private Eye have been chronicling this story for years, while the mainstream media (including the BBC) have been peculiarly silent.Quite agree ref the Post Office scandal programme.
Good research and reporting, and a very interesting listen.
I think a lot of us would have been aware of the broadbrush, via the media, but the details are fascinating and not conducive to trust in Post Office management.
On the subject of the Post Office and the (in some cases life changing) Horizon accounting system...As quite often happens, Private Eye have been chronicling this story for years, while the mainstream media (including the BBC) have been peculiarly silent.
Their latest article on the subject highlighted how all(!) those responsible for persecuting and prosecuting individuals, while managing the cover-up of a known defective computer system, have all been promoted in one way or another, with none as yet being held to account in any significant way.
It’s good to see the BBC finally taking an interest, though a fifteen-minute slot on Radio 4 is hardly going to have those responsible quaking in their boots.
Perhaps if the Beeb were to dedicate a Panorama to the subject, rather than to polemics from political activists, there might be some action on what was truly appalling treatment of innocent people, who by all measures were pillars of their community.