Having just lambasted ITV for their awful TV coverage of the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand and said that the BBC have the best sports TV coverage, I’m now wishing I hadn’t been quite so profuse in my praise of the Beeb.
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There’s good luck, and bad luck, and then there are Formula One Grand Prix. Malaysia was rather a different kind of luck for the drivers this year. No rain, or at least, none by Malaysian standards. Not so many parts breaking as qualifying, but mechanical issues still gave some drivers a hard time, others good. […]
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One of the principles I grew up with was that “the punishment should match the crime” so it came as a surprise to me how some offences are dealt with when I watched an episode of “The Lock Up” on BBC3. The case I saw didn’t just shock me, it made me re-examine my whole […]
BBC’s Newsnight this evening was full of a “scare story” about how private pensions were going to be hit hard by new changes. The guy they had reporting on the story clearly didn’t have a clue about how ordinary pensions work (he’s in the BBC pension scheme of course). So what are they talking about? […]