You may have read in The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail, The Daily Mirror, The Daily Express or Metro, etc, about Nissar Hussain, a Christian convert who was violently attacked outside his home in Bradford.
He was beaten with a pickaxe handle by two men while on the way to his car. He's now in hospital with a broken hand and kneecap.
Both he and his wife converted to Christianity in 1996 and, according to reports, have experienced intimidation and violence from the Muslim community following their appearance in a 2008 Channel 4 documentary on the mistreatment on converts. (It's not surprising that such a documentary was on Channel 4 rather than the BBC).
The left-liberal media, The Guardian, The Independent and, of course, the BBC are avoiding reporting this story...
...though, in fairness, listeners to the BBC Asian Network might have heard about it. Nihal did an interview with Nissar and his daughter Anniesa about the intimidation they've been facing on the channel a few weeks before the attack (on 27th October). If you're not a listener to the BBC Asian Network, however, your chances of having heard about it on the BBC appear next to zero.
The differing priorities of various news organisations becomes all too apparent when these kind of news stories arise. The tabloids and right-leaning broadsheets go one way, the left-leaning broadsheets and the BBC go the other. Each have their own biases when it comes to choosing what to report and what not to report.
The BBC, of course, is different to the rest in that it's not supposed to have any such biases.