Tuesday 19 April 2016

Yet another yawn

And Samira Ahmed's interview with James Stephenson ended with this question:
Briefly. Two-and-a-half months to go. Are you worried about fatigue? Not just in terms of the audience but also for yourselves?
Mr. Stephenson didn't think so.


  1. The Beeboids know the public are only getting started being interested. I am still using QT audiences as a barometer.

  2. The BBC's Yawn-porn is getting a bit...well boring.

    I must say having seen Sky News at midnight that they could still the BBC a thing or two about pro-Remaining their programmes. Sky began with implying Vote Leave was one of those eccentric pastimes like the military two step, beloved of people in their 70s and 80s mixing in some great shots of slack jawed oldies riding mobility scootersalong the Clacton seafront. :) Expect to see more shots of oldies on mobility scooters now on BBC. lol You know, when I see people of that generation I think - wow - these were people who lived through the war and austerity and were not bowed, but worked hard and produced a better future for succeeding generations. Imagine how things would have turned out if they were easily frightened by setbacks in war or the post war debt crisis and cold war nuclear terror! [You won't find any sentiment like that expressed on MSM TV who consider them simply joke material, except for the few moments each year of licensed, choreographed remembrance around "Poppy Day".]


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