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BBC in the news, Tuesday

Host Host | 09:29 UK time, Tuesday, 26 September 2006

The Telegraph: "Bolton manager Sam Allardyce says he is planning to sue the BBC over allegations that he took illegal payments from player transfers." (link)

The Guardian: A columnist criticises the BBC's choice of interviewees in relation to climate change reports. (link)


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  • At 12:26 PM on 01 Oct 2006,
  • J Westerman wrote:

A pot calling the kettle black?

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  • At 06:04 PM on 01 Oct 2006,
  • J Westerman wrote:

In my opinion the BBC usually does quite well in its choice of interviewees, including in connection with global warning: although in this particular respect it should go further.
Prior to WW2 the world leaders could not reach agreement. We were advised, however, to build bomb shelters in our back gardens. They were more than useful and saved many from injury or death.
It is just as unlikely that present day world leaders will agree on effective action in good time. Could we have advice on building, in our back gardens, room size refrigerators, hurricane proof and powered by photoelectric cells?

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