I take it that it was another no-show last night, then? Have the Beeb cottoned onto how much they're turning people off of the format or is it part of their attempt to dumb down political coverage to a select few message-pushing programmes...?
Derbydire would get it despite being a BBC drone and only having one tit.Due to the shite being peddled on all channels just now, I watched ‘Celebrity Pointless’ earlier and was treated to a ‘journo special’
Everything that’s wrong with tv journalists was represented.
Kay Burley, Adam Boulton, Victoria Derbyshire and that fucker Owen Jones to name but a few; enough to make you vom.
Yet seeing none of them talking political bollocks made a change.
I’ve said before... Kay Burley works for the CSA in her spare time y’know.
A one sided "Debate" - no surprise, all say YesDue to the shite being peddled on all channels just now
I managed to suffer half of that interview. I’m no detective but it’s a fairly accurate guess that Hancock was sat somewhere with his trousers around his ankles watching the latest ‘Brazzer’ spunk fest video. His brain was clearly not connected to his mouth for most of what I listened to.
The next Guido roundup is the last one due to Parliament break. "This Week" was good for some of the the interviews by Andrew Neil and analysis by Michael Portillo and Alan Johnson. The camp panto type bollocks was a waste of time. After that there was no way for it to come back in that format. I agree that the IEA talks are very good. The viewing figures though seem to be in hundreds or a few thousand. I suspect it's more as folk view it via the servers Guido uses rather than direct from YouTube. Mark is less shy about his vaping and supping pints now. He was sucking on that vaping pipe like father Jack Hacket on a long plastic tube to some wine.Guido's (occasional) weekly videocast has taken the place of any BBC tripe for me. Neil's show was hardly groundbreaking, and frankly won't be missed by me - I missed almost all of them; I hope he does (at the Spectator) what the Guido team (and the IEA lot) do at their ethereal locations. It's needed.