BBC Broadcasting House . . . . home of anti-English bias!
I have long maintained that the BBC is “hideously anti-English”, to paraphrase the comedian who now presides over England’s Football Association. (Indeed, with him atop why should we be surprised that the FA continues to be associated with the corrupt FIFA!)
The preternaturally pro-Scottish BBC has insensitively supplied us with the latest example of being unbalanced; it is this week’s recording of Radio Four’s “Any Questions?” programme which was recorded in Monikie, near Dundee, SCOTLAND!
Here is the panel: Margaret Curran MP, Laurie Clark, Michael Moore MP, Keith Brown MSP.
Not a non-Scot to be seen or heard! [Jonathon Dimbleby is, of course, a Brit!]
I do very much object to this blatant discrimination. I am not deceived by the BBC’s frequently expressed claims to being balanced. The time is long overdue for a mass clear out.
An English Broadcasting Corporation with an authentic English voice is desperately needed.
HERE IS A LINK TO THE PROGRAMME ITSELF: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qgvj/episodes/player