Thursday, March 08, 2007

BBC Priorities

Well the BBC are to busy clearly to interview Robin Aitken….

Robin Aitken spent 20 years as a BBC current affairs journalist. He's written a BOOK about the experience, called CAN WE TRUST THE BBC? He confirms Andrew Marr's assertion that there is an inbuilt liberal bias within the BBC. The book has received widespread coverage in the press, but Aitken reckons the BBC have put a blanket ban on him appearing on their airwaves. The BBC deny any such ban exists,

Their minds are on higher things …( BBC Web site )

'A man accused of a stealing underwear from a shop in a knifepoint raid believed he was a female elf at the time, Belfast Crown Court has heard. Robert Boyd, 45, from Broadlands in Carrickfergus, is accused of holding up staff at the Orchid shop in Belfast disguised in a wig, hat and glasses. He told the court he had been involved in a role-playing game at the time, and his character was an elf named Beho. He denies robbery but says he may have blurred reality and fantasy' - BBC

1 comment:

electro-kevin said...

My boys' school had CBBC attend to make a programme. The school had a small number of minority-ethnic childrend but the school were told to make it 50/50 much to the dissappointment of my boys who were 5 at the time and were excluded.

This can't be right, surely.

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