Just to sum up the last two posts, here's something I've just written to a friend of the blog:
It only gets worse (though it helps us).CBBC (a BBC children's channel) gets leftie political 'comedian' Nish Kumar to present an anti-Brexit children's programme called Horrible Histories. He sneers at Britain and Brexit. It's broadcast by the BBC on today of all days, Brexit Day, to a target audience of 6-12 years olds.What is the BBC thinking of?Hordes of people are now, rightly, up in arms about it and complaining. The BBC will, as ever, flannel but the programme was outrageously biased.
It also got its facts wrong [over British history and tea, and Mozart] - and it's meant to be an educational programme.And now Andrew Neil has piled in on it calling it "anti-British drivel of a high order" and asking "Was any of the licence fee used to produce something purely designed to demean us?"
It's another bad day for the BBC.