Oikophobia – the BBC’s extended sneer against Western civilisation by Dr Campbell Campbell-Jack, over at The Conservative Woman, is a fine piece and well worth reading.
In it, Dr Campbell-Jack discusses Roger Scruton's adaptation of the term 'oikophobia'. Professor Scruton turned it from a term used in psychiatry to indicate fear of the physical home interior and its contents, and applied it culturally to mean ‘the repudiation of inheritance and home’ as manifested in that now common attitude (especially among academics) which looks with disapproval on Western culture "and the unfashionable educational curriculum that sought to transmit its humane values".
Campbell find the BBC guilty of oikophobia, accusing the corporation of "carrying on the tradition of downplaying Britain and the civilisation it has produced" - hence the resolutely non-Western-civilisation-focused Civilisations on BBC Two and David Cannadine's Radio 4 documentary Civilisation: A Sceptic’s Guide, which had a similar worldview.
That said, BBC Radio 3 is presently commemorating the 100th anniversary of the death of one of Western civilisation's finest, Claude Debussy, so it's not all globalist academic groupthink at the BBC.
Martin Handley called that "charming fluff"on Radio 3's Breakfast programme this morning.