By inky Go To PostGonna have to watch her back until she finds aNah, she'll have to leave the state entirely, and hope she doesn't end up in an area that cop or his friends have connections to.
betteranother job, that's for sure
From an outsider's perspective the BBC is one of the great institutions. Multiple news, radio and TV services, which produces thousands of hours of original content, alongside domestic language channels for Scotland and Wales. The fact the Conservatives want to dismantle one of the last great bastions of British cultural power is maddening. So is the sizeable minority of people who seem in favour of it.
Sir David Attenborough documentaries alone are enough to save the beeb that and MoTD. Tories have been systematically dismantling public institutions and now they have even got liberals on their side.
By Pedja Go To Posteh, it's that big that there's always at least some quality outputFair. I do enjoy their content like the podcasts but have no experience with the actual television news programming, which is where I see the criticism directed at it.
By Perfect Blue Go To PostFair. I do enjoy their content like the podcasts but have no experience with the actual television news programming, which is where I see the criticism directed at it.See Horse-kuns post above. Don't fall for the internets extreme opinion. The Beeb is a national treasure.
UKers need another WW so they can relearn to respect their institutions like BBC and NHS and remember their worth
I think PBS has been edged out over the years because its educational stuff occasionally gets 'too political'
Really like how 'this historic and important institution is at a low ebb, throw the whole thing in the bin' is the go-to in online discourse.
Really like it.
Really like it.
I’m completely on board with them scraping the “TV license” and turning the BBC into a Netflix style subscription.
BBC really has gone down hill under the tories. Especially the news and sports websites which I'm sure Murdoch and other newspaper owners (who often employ Tory MPs) see as their biggest competitor as more and more people consume news online.
We went through pretty much the same thing with our public broadcaster 3 years ago. Conservatives tried to shut it down since forever but luckily it survived when got to vote on it.