“Don’t knock Stacey Dooley” says Robin Aitken. in a new piece in "Unherd". I agree. She’s - what can I say? - Let’s try ‘a breath of fresh air’.
“Stacey’s apotheosis was when she won Strictly Come Dancing in 2018. I thought at the time that that might be the moment her journalistic career fell away beneath her like a spent booster rocket as she continued into the higher reaches of Celebristan. But that didn’t happen, and Stacey has remained true to her calling. Bravo then for Stacey and bravo too for the BBC which spotted, then nurtured and now supports her distinctive brand of citizen journalism.
But this appraisal of her work seems to have omitted her most eye-opening and, for some of us, her most affecting documentary. My Home Town, filmed in 2012. So, for your information, here it is again.
Stacey, like Tommy Robinson, was born in Luton. I do wonder whether she took up his assigned place. If you remember, after he left the EDL, he did the mea culpa "I see the light" piece on TV with some Mo guy (the guy who gets a lot of air time). However, it wasn't entirely a confession...and then it all went wrong again somehow...Tommy wasn't prepared to play the "Tame Ape" game like Adrian Chiles (who also had to do a "I believe in diversity" piece before he was given all his career opportunities).ReplyDelete
It amuses me to think Tommy Robinson could be introducing daytime progs on BBC and Radio 5 Live talk shows if he had been prepared to do that one very simple thing: LIE!
'TOMMY ROBINSON' WORKS FOR THE JEWISH PAEDOPHILE RING-YOUTUBE.ReplyDelete
M.I.5 PAEDOPHILE PROTECTORS ARE ALL OVER THE BBC, THE BBC ARE THE PROPAGANDISTS FOR THE PAEDOPHILE 'ELITE'...ReplyDelete
SEE 'ROYAL PAEDOPHILES'-YOUTUBE...