This morning's Sunday on Radio 4 shows that some parts of the BBC have abandoned any pretence of impartiality over the Tower Hamlets fostering controversy.
This was the most one-sided piece of reporting I've heard for quite some time.
It started from the premise that the Times's reporting left a lot to be desired and included a range of voices all saying the same thing.
The messages from Kevin Bocquet's report were: that the Times's reporting was disappointing; that placing Christian children in the care of Muslim families raises no problems; that there are wonderful Muslim foster carers; and that the Times's reporting risks making adoption harder for Muslim children.
There was no one to defend the Times's reporting and no attempt on the BBC presenter or reporter's part to provide a contrasting point of view.
Maybe Andrew Norfolk should investigate biased reporting at the BBC next.