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Posted by Sam (U15466226) on Friday, 14th December 2012
The BBC was once a colossus around the world. News and comedy were once its forte, so where did it all go wrong? Dramas and wildlife programmes are still second to none, but the news leaves a lot to be desired I'm afraid..
Posted by puppydogeyes (U14659366) on Friday, 14th December 2012
Sorry what is the point you are making-that the BBC is not respected world-wide or its news coverage is second -rate?
I think you need to provide evidence to back up either sweeping statement.
Posted by Paul Sherratt (U1632637) on Friday, 14th December 2012
Evidence that the BBC was ' a colossus ' might also be provided !
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