Saturday 15 February 2020

From inside the Bubble

Hugh Sykes: Heartening, and heartfelt, tribute to the BBC by Nesrine Malik in today's Guardian: "To be a BBC listener or viewer doesn’t feel like being a consumer, exchanging money for a product, it feels like being a partner, an owner of the material."
Giving how often Nesrine's on the BBC I'm not surprised she feels like being 'a partner' and 'an owner of its material'.

"BBC-bashing comes from a place of privilege", she writes without irony.

1 comment:

  1. "You scratch my cheek; I'll scratch yours" springs to mind, if unfortunately given why anatomically.


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