Post by abelard Post by Custos Custodum Post by abelard Post by Custos Custodum Post by abelard
no-one sane wants to listen to the so-called 'reporters'
they want to listen to the guests
Why should we? We're not the ones who are freeloading without a
allegedly they are a public 'service'
That doesn't mean it's free. UK residents who watch BBC programmes or
any other broadcast service are expected to pay a tax (aka "licence
fee") for the privilege. Anyone who watches without paying the said
fee, like you, is just a freeloader in the best socialist tradition.
Post by abelard
i've been on the other end of the fossil media...the bbc
send out *twice* as many drones to do a 'story' as do
the commercial operations
Sure you have, Lardy, sure you have. Was that between your stints as a
brain surgeon and a test pilot?
get a life
LOL! I'm not the one who is so bereft of a life that he found it
necessary to initiate around 20 pointless "Look at me!" posts this
week alone. I'm not the one who has assumed the role of "newsgroup
narrator" telling people what they already know, with a few facts
distorted to suit your political agenda. It may have escaped your
notice, but most of us already have access to UK news and current
affairs TV programmes. Some of us even pay for the privilege. How