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Can We Still Trust the BBC?
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on 29 August 2015
Very well argued.
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on 20 June 2013
Amazing behind the scenes revealations about BBC
It confirmed my own views on the corporation, being
zealous in being politically correct. I prefered the old BBC
of the 1960 period which was very upper middle class
and if Sir John Reith would turn in his grave if he read this book
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on 21 December 2014
If Robin Aitken set up a political party and called it the 'BBC Party' I'd vote for him? Robin? Please?

A lovely history that verbalises what we sort of instinctively know. He also give a good history to give everything a good basis. Excellent :-)

In response to a BBC director recognising that "I can't sack 27,000 of the buggers for left wing bias". I suggest that Doug Carswell would make every BBC journalist accountable directly to the public - i.e. appointment, salary, CPD, annual reviews and whatever.
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on 3 June 2013
Excellent book. As a strong pro-life person, I did find myself wondering if buying a TV licence was not an immoral act. It could have made more mention of the link between BBC moral break-down (ie. Savile crimes) and the constant sex obsession in programme content. Mary Whitehouse was not mentioned; if still around, she would be able to say "I told you so!".
See my article: http://affirmingthefaith.com/whitehouse
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