HATERS of the BBC are using Martin Bashir’s Princess Diana interview 26 years ago to claim it should shut down. Here are seven other equally bollocks excuses:
Remember when Russell Brand did the bad thing with Jonathan Ross? Lives ruined and a family torn apart, though that was mainly the tabloid follow-up? There’s life in that old dog yet. Ken Bruce is on Radio 2, where it happened. He should be fired.
Match of the Day
Host Gary Lineker and England hero turned traitor has ruined this flagship football show with anti-Brexit tweets. It’s not his job to produce pro-EU propaganda – if it was, it would be called Going Against the Will of the People of the Day. How can we trust him on Arsenal vs Watford now?
The Graham Norton Show
Suffers from a lack of balance in the guests. Fine for viewers who like showbiz lefities like Margot Robbie or Harry Styles, but what about those who want to see Mark Francois, Liz Truss or Tommy Robinson on the sofa next to Dua Lipa?
Turn on the socialist BBC and you’ll be forced to watch some pro-NHS propaganda such as this, Casualty or Doctors. By contrast, get Disney+ and you’ll be able to watch high-quality dramas like The Mandalorian, encouraging self-reliance and private sector policing. Another triumph for capitalism.
Notoriously bad soap opera set on a North Sea ferry. It was broadcast in 1981 so a BBC inquiry is long overdue. All previous director generals apart from the current good Tory one should retrospectively resign and pay back their salaries.
The Wombles had a blatant environmental agenda, spending their days recycling while living in a commune. The Extinction Rebellion of their time, it’s clear only budgetary concerns stopped Orinoco resorting to direct action and gluing himself to a plane.
What sick BBC minds created these monstrosities designed to scare children? And no attempt is made to show the positive qualities of the Dalek race, who had a strong belief in discipline and a real pride in their own planet.