The sense that the BBC is now throwing caution to the wind over Brexit, impartiality-wise, struck me again with this week's The Bottom Line on Radio 4.
During the EU referendum there was an edition of the programem called EU Referendum. It featured two UK Remain-supporting company chiefs and two UK Leave-supporting company chiefs, along with the head of the Swiss equivalent of the CBI. I remember finding it informative and enjoyable (as The Bottom Line, as a series, usually is).
This week's edition, called Life after Brexit, also featured the head of the Swiss equivalent of the CBI. Its UK business leaders, however, consisted of three Remain-supporting company chiefs and no Leave-supporting company chiefs.
It's gone, therefore. from a 2:2 balance during the referendum to a 3:0 imbalance after the referendum.
Where has all the pre-vote impartiality gone? Completely of the window by the looks of it.
As a result of having three UK company heads who didn't want a Brexit, can you imagine what the programme was like? Yes, it was almost entirely downbeat - something I can illustrate by simply quoting Evan Davis's mid-point 'summing-up':
OK. So we've got the free movement worry; we've got the raw materials worry; we've got the uncertainty worry. Quite a lot of worries.
Wouldn't you have assumed that the programme's makers would have thought themselves duty-bound to invite at least one pro-Brexit business voice onto this post-referendum edition of the programme, even if just for a show of impartiality?
The fact that they didn't even bother to try and cover their bias this week is seriously alarming.